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    Talks That Matter

    Talks That Matter is a new and exciting online video strategy which brings together a range of interesting people with fascinating stories to tell about disability, community, diversity and social change. Talks That Matter contains over one hundred interviews, documentaries and presentations devoted to showing people's stories. It highlights the issues that really matter to people with a disability.

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    Talks That Matter and proudly brought to you by

    our generous supporters:

    Primary Supporters

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    The purchase of a video camera to capture digital stories of inclusion has been supported by a grant from the "Knox Council Community Development Fund."

    Secondary Supporters

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    Talk Supporters

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    Other Supporters

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    Thank you to Manningham City Council's "Small Grants Fund" for funding to produce several documentaries

    Belonging Matters graciously acknowledges the outstanding support of the Australian Human Rights Commission's film initiative, 20 Years 20 Stories.

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    Donations

    Belonging Matters wish to sincerely thank the following people for their generous donations, the proceeds of which go directly to the continuing development of Talks That Matter.