As well as consulting we've also executed projects and used creativity to demonstrate our unique understanding of diversity.
My Friend is a Superhero
You know how kids stare at people in wheelchairs and aren't sure what to say? Well, we want to change that. We want kids to run up to people in wheelchairs and say, “Wow! You must be a superhero!”
Buy “My Friend is a Superhero”
Ready to Roll
If you use a wheelchair and the worst happened...
A site for Aucklanders who use a wheelchair designed to increase resilience in the unlikely occurrence of an emergency. Commissioned by Auckland Emergency Management.
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Who We Are
How did we, individually and collectively, become who we are? And why?
"Who We Are" is a music video and mini-site with a vision of changing how we know ourselves & each other. It's all about us, made for the world to see.
Visit Who We Are »
DIV:INQ – Diversity Inquiry
Exploring diversity in schools
A bespoke programme that lets young people explore diversity by acknowledging similarity, difference, uniqueness and commonality in all people, in all places, at all times.
Visit DIV:INQ »
As Love Draws Near
We all have the opportunity to move from fear to love by removing labels
The core message of this video is to encourage people to engage in social change and for individuals to accept diversity and who we really are.
Watch the video »
The Label Libel
Philip's TEDxTalk about his passionate belief that we have a powerful opportunity to reimagine diversity.
More Diversity on Screen
This project aimed to increase the appreciation of disabled and Deaf people’s talents in the media by portraying diversity in a low-key, regular manner. It included a campaign to begin a new conversation with the public and media in New Zealand.
Visit Unique Extras »
Diversity Promotion through Social Networking
A project which aimed to stimulate conversations about diversity, creativity and social improvement. The project began in 2009 as an online and offline peer support network.
Visit DPSN »
Philip's website & blog
Social and creative entrepreneur
An archive of Philip's unique and leading ideas on diversity, complexity and change. Find out more about how he works and what he can do for you, your team, organisation or community. Philip now blogs directly on diversitynz.com
Visit Philip's website and blog »
(formerly I Think Differently)
Shining a light on the uniqueness of disability
A site to create a fundamental shift in attitudes and behaviour towards disabled people.
Visit Unique Ability »
Melt Your Mind
Stuff that will make you think twice (maybe three times)
A random collection of videos and quotes gathered to make you think about yourself or the world differently.
Visit Melt Your Mind »
International Guild of Disabled Artists and Performers
A leading voice in the promotion of disability arts and culture worldwide.
Visit IGODAP on Facebook »
Where diversity is creatively changing
Diversityworks Trust Inc was a vehicle founded by Philip in 2005 to promote diversity, creativity and social change.
The trust closed in July 2015, having achieved its aims.
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