A man with a blue sports top and cap is seen from behind, walking with a stick . People are queuing in the distance.
He says: “When you have a disability, every day you wake up there is something that reminds you.”
The face of the same man speaking appears in profile, behind him a stunning view from a high viewpoint.
He says: “But it becomes better when the society you live in seems to welcome you wholeheartedly.”
Text appears on screen. It reads: Put Us in the Picture is our campaign to make sure all people have the same opportunities in life.
A man leans over the desk of a young boy in a classroom, guiding the boy’s hand around a three dimensional wooden map.
He says: “These kids are really accepted, not only by their friends but also by the surrounding community.”
Three young girls working at desks in a classroom, one using a braille calculator. Two small boys playing atop a canoe on a beach.
Hands working quickly at a loom – a young man sitting, working the loom.
He says: “After learning this machine, I think life will change.”
A young girl with a visual impairment holding up her hand enthusiastically in a classroom of other children.
A woman’s voice is heard over this footage, saying, “Yes, the disability is there but the person in me can do anything like any other person can do.”
Photographs. A young woman with a bright smile, wearing overalls and holding a large wrench on her shoulder; three teenaged girls in sports gear embroidered with the words ‘Malawi Paralympics’, smiling, hands resting on each other’s shoulders. Two have albinism.
Three more photographs. An Indian woman standing arms crossed in the middle of an alleyway, looking directly into the camera. A man with a bright, wide smile raises a baby boy in his arms. Four young girls wearing tracksuits with a Sightsavers logo punch the air in a martial arts movement. Smiles on their faces.
Text appears on screen. It reads: A world where people with disabilities are treated equally is a world worth fighting for. Will you fight with us?
Two young girls smile, their arms around each other’s shoulders. One wears a headscarf.