National consultation on the rights of disabled people – the Labour party’s disability equality roadshow
Jeremy Corbyn, Paul Rutherford and Debbie Abrahams at the Roadshow in Manchester
The Labour party would like to invite you to attend the Disability Equality Roadshow, an event asking disabled people, their carers and service providers, which policies Labour should develop to best defend and extend their rights.
The events are free and the next one is to be held in the North East in Newcastle on 3 December. You can register to attend here.
Regardless of your personal party affiliations, I think as many of us as possible need to attend these events and have a positive input into policy because we need political parties to recognise disabled people’s needs, especially given the past six years of harrowing and disproportionately targeted austerity cuts and systematic violation of disabled people’s human rights.
I don’t support the Liberal Democrats, but nonetheless have permitted the party to use some…
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