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Marie Younan & Jill Sanguinetti with Geelong Regional Libraries

Join Marie Younan with Jill Sanguinetti and Chloe Hooper to commemorate Social Inclusion Week 2020 and International Day for People With a Disability.

A Different Kind of Seeing is a memoir telling the inspiring story of Marie Younan, an Assyrian refugee, accidentally blinded as a child, who after a long and difficult journey eventually migrated to Melbourne. She attended the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind where she learnt English, braille and gained physical mobility with the help of a cane. Marie is now a professional interpreter with counsellors and refugees at the Foundation Centre for Survivors of Torture.

Marie Younan is a professional interpreter with counsellors and refugees at the Foundation Centre for Survivors of Torture.

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