Who says? - phase one accessible communication formats
Activity Alliance wants to reach the widest audience possible.
Here you will find the key information about phase one of the Who says? campaign information in a number of accessible communication formats.
Campaign teaser film with audio description
Short film shows action shots of disabled and non-disabled people playing sport, and their reactions to hearing statements about disability, inclusion and sport. This film is audio described and subtitled.
Campaign information - British Sign Language translation
This film shows the key who says? campaign information translated into British Sign Language. The film also has subtitles and an audio voiceover.
Who says? media transcripts
Six short films feature in the who says? campaign. For each film we have created a media transcript. this provides a running text description of the visual information, scene changes, actions, expressions and spoken dialogue.
You can access the media transcripts from the main who says? campaign page, or click on the film links below:
It's not a real sport if you have to adapt it
Disabled people aren't competitive
Watch what you say around disabled people
Disabled people don't want to join in
Disabled people might get hurt
Everyone can't take part 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 the essential details without a lot of background information.