How to campaign for the general election
It is imperative that we use general elections as a platform to demand that MPs and political parties listen to the demands of Deaf and Disabled people.
A brief explanation of how General Elections work and why we must engage with smaller parties to advance the rights of Deaf and Disabled People.
Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations play a crucial role in ensuring people are aware of the general election, registered to vote, have appropriate photo ID, and use their vote.
We need to secure bold commitments from electoral candidates ahead of the general election
Meeting with candidates is a good way of understanding their priorities, building relationships and securing commitments
Making Every Voice Count: Harnessing Hustings to Champion Disability Rights and Secure Commitments for Change
Write to election candidates to secure pledges
Marginal seats, where the election outcome remains uncertain, offer a strategic opportunity for Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations
Don’t let election rules stop your DDPO campaigning
It is a fundamental right for all voters to cast their votes independently and confidentially.
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