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Blindness in New Zealand

(Audio recording)

Language: English

In this interview, E.W. Christiansen, of the New Zealand Institute for the Blind, discusses New Zealand's visually impaired population and the forms of assistance available through the Institute. Christiansen discusses the support provided to the Institute by the government of New Zealand and the international initiatives that New Zealand contributes to in support of visually impaired populations. This interview was recorded at the time of the General Assembly of the World Council for the Welfare of the Blind (WCWB), held at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris in 1954.

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Place/region: New Zealand, Asia and the Pacific, UNESCO HQ
Type: Interview
Production and personalities:
Interviewee: E. W. Christiansen
Publisher: UNESCO Radio
Coproducer/sponsor: World Council for the Welfare of the Blind
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Rights: UNESCO Archives

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Original: Reel-to-reel audio tape
Location: F-S.314
UMVS reference: STV2902
File No: SYNAV-A02691.WAV
Studio TV ref.: RAD/2902