Lauren shares with us why International Women's Day is so important and what it can mean for marginalised groups. According to the United Nations, girls and women are among the most vulnerable and marginalised members of our society. This is also true for women with dwarfism and other disabilities.
Fashion is omnipresent and always around us and we have the need to dress and express our individuality. Nevertheless, appropriate clothing is a privilege, because unfortunately there are few fashion labels that think clothes for people with disabilities. How can that be? And how can fashion be a means to more inclusion and diversity?
Hey, I am Viola. I am 24 years old and live in a town near Stuttgart. I am a Little Person – and today I will tell you a bit about myself. About my experiences. My views. How I came in contact with AUF AUGENHOEHE. And my experiences as a model.
Frej was born with achondroplasia. In this excerpt Tina tells us about the day of the diagnosis up to her present day life with her son. Fashion is something most of us take for granted, but Tina's perspective on the world of fashion changed with the birth of her son.