Who says? - phase two accessible communication formats
Activity Alliance wants to reach the widest audience possible.
Here, you will find the key information about phase two of the Who says? campaign in a number of accessible communication formats.
Campaign teaser film – audio description
This short film shows young disabled people being active in different sporty settings, while other disabled and non-disabled children and adults react to interview questions. This film features audio description and subtitles.
Campaign information – British Sign Language
This film features the main campaign information translated into British Sign Language. The film also has subtitles and an audio voiceover.
Who says? phase two media transcripts
Four short films feature in phase two of the Who says? campaign, plus a campaign teasrer film. For each film we have created a media transcript. It provides a running text description of the visual information, scene changes, actions, expressions, and spoken dialogue.
Download the media transcript for each film below:
Transcript - Who says campaign phase two teaser film
Transcript - Young disabled people should sit out of PE lessons
Transcript - Disabled people can't be leaders
Transcript - Disabled children can't grow up to be active adults
Transcript - Families can't be active together
Campaign information – Easy read format
We have also provided the key campaign information in easy read format. Easy read uses pictures to support the meaning of text and gives essential details without a lot of background information.