Since graduating as a physiotherapist, I’ve been working in Australia and throughout Asia, with people with disabilities, for the better part of two decades. It strikes me that the field of disability is going through a seismic change; one which is way overdue. And recently, while reading about the Copernican revolution, I realised that theRead more about The Copernican Revolution in Disability[…]
My education about Australia started when I lived overseas. After 8 years of living in some of the poorest parts of Asia, I returned to Australia to find that there were huge issues here too. With your help, here’s how I’d like to go about addressing them.
I leave OIC Cambodia in country in a far better state that I could have imagined. With structure, an exit strategy, and most importantly, the best possible people controlling its destiny. Our new leader, Chenda, is not “replacing Weh”. She is entering a new position, has her own style of leadership, and will do things her way. She has my full support from afar, to make decisions her way and guide the organisation in the way that she sees fit.