A collection of disabled Canadians sharing why disabled lives have value. In short videos, you can watch the contrast between their medical diagnosis and their real lives. The initiative is aimed at counter-balancing discussions in Canada about doctor-assisted suicide. The campaign's creators say they worry that Canadians are only getting one side of the disability story – that death is a natural choice for these poor suffering disabled people. But this story doesn’t speak to the experiences of many with disabilities.


Watch the videos of #ProjectValue

Catherine Frazee

Ing Wong-Ward

Pieter Harsevoort

Sandra Carpenter

Tracy Odell


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They are creators of some amazing campaigns to #EndtheAwkward moments between people with disabilities and people without disabilities.


Watch the videos produced with Channel 4:


"What not to do" short videos

"A to Z on Sex and Disability"

Romance classics, with characters with disabilities

The "30 under 30" campaign showed young individuals with disabilities who are doing great things or are leaders on the field.

Scope lists on its Youtube channel, the best Disabled Vloggers

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Created by American activist Alice Wong, the Disability Visibility Project (DVP)™ is an online community dedicated to recording, amplifying, and sharing disability stories and culture. DVP's aim is to create disabled media that is intersectional, multi-modal and cross-platform.

Alice Wong talks about ableism and representation of people with disabilities in the media for NBC's Life Stories series:

"I think people with disabilities really challenge the idea of what is 'normal' and what is 'diversity.' -Alice Wong

on a bright yellow background, in black letters - disability visibility project (TM) - #thefutureisdisabled.

Scope, from the UK, is a charity that exists to make the country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Until then, they say, "we’ll be here".