A grassroots migrant collective, 'Migrants Against the Acceptable Standard of Health', is campaigning to end disability and health discrimination in Aotearoa New Zealand’s immigration system by getting rid of the Acceptable Standard of Health (ASH) requirements.
The group are led by migrants, refugees and families directly affected by ASH discrimination.
They are calling on the Minister of Immigration to get rid of the ASH requirements which discriminate against migrants on disability and health grounds.
You can read more about the campaign, ASH requirements, and the consequences of ASH, on the End Ash Now website. They also have a Migrants Against the Acceptable Standard of Health Aotearoa Facebook page.