W-Skers

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Always smiling and full of energy. A dwarf who’s always busy and always has something to do, always in a hurry. One of the three ambassadors of the initiative “Wrocław without barriers”.

He’s the first disabled dwarf that came to our city, when invited by the Wrocław Disabled Persons Council. For years now, W-Skers has been engaged in social campaigns, full of energy and enthusiasm. When asked to support the campaign “Wrocław without barriers” he did not hesitate. He packed his bags and set out directly to Wrocław in order not to waste even a minute. Since he has become the ambassador, he is probably the busiest dwarf in town – here he attends an interview, there he cuts the ribbon or he visits the City Council’s meeting. He doesn’t stop fighting for Wrocław to be a city friendly towards the disabled. Usually he may be met by the subway in Świdnicka Street, but don’t be surprised if he’s not there.

Brimming with energy and enthusiasm, the dwarf constantly signs himself up for new projects. His was the idea to invite the other two ambassadors – Blindie and Deafie. He aptly concluded that there is no one better to fight the stereotypes regarding disabled people than the dwarves.

W-skers is known for his positive attitude and openness, which he learnt during years and years of challenging daily difficulties. Not by accident he is best friends with Well-wisher, with whom he instantly connected. Despite his never-ending rush and busy schedule, he’ll always find some time to listen if someone wants to confide in him. Among all people, children took to him most, as (unlike adults) they can always see what’s really valuable in a man (or dwarf).

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