Then, following the MCLAD and wishing to answer these questions, the Project’s team decided to ask each person interviewed the same three questions around the world: 1) Do you acknowledge (recognize) “Being among society” or “outside”? Why? 2) Which are the necessary elements to feel part of /involved?; 3) Does anything or anybody make you feel vulnerable? Their replies are being mixed and built into a craft job by the EOF Team and the help of Stratia in different videos.
The scripts were made using the Communication and Legitimate Acknowledgement Model of Disability/Diversities (CLADM), which was designed in Córdoba, Argentina by the “Por igual más” Foundation, and now it is spread around the world. It proposes moving from inclusion to acknowledgment, giving three categories (acknowledgment, distance and vulnerability) related with three axes: people, society and State. This Model helps to show that everyone recognizes that we all are different and we all have value (including the people who used to be marginalized, listening to their self-acknowledgment of themselves) so we all should be acknowledged and valued for that, creating a society that is fair and treats everyone with dignity.