Video (and images) curation and voice-over completed by John Hession.

Inequality has many facets, and impacts many people.

  • Older people
  • Differently-abled (a.k.a disabled)
  • Children
  • Women
  • Migrants and Refugees
  • Indigenous populations
  • Regional populations.

Don't identify with one of these groups?

You know or love someone

who does.

In the blink of an eye, you could be impacted. No-one is immune to:

Income Inequality

Economic impacts

Domestic Abuse



To resolve an issue, you must recognise it.

Do you have students, parents or colleagues that you see below?

Infographic created in Spark Post by Chris Koopman.

Do you see yourself?

Don't leave your community to suffer in silence.

What you can do to help:

  • Create an atmosphere of trust
  • Be compassionate
  • Educate yourself about local resources
  • See and listen to impacted groups (YouTube is a great place to start)
  • Don't push before someone is ready to ask for help, but be there when they do
  • Offer options for learning and demonstrating understanding.
Our Process.
Concepts and collaborative content completed by the whole team.

Page build completed by Erin Raethke.

Created By
Erin Raethke


Created with images by Mario Purisic - "Crowd at a party" • Clay Banks - "We're better when we're united" • Jackson Simmer - "Jos was finally willing to let me use him as a subject. Being my younger brother can be hard sometimes. Love how this one turned out :) Thanks, Nonie" • John Cameron - "Media encourages community during covid 19 health crisis"