A political party for people with disabilities Disability Inclusion Party (DIP)
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Basically I feel like for a lot of people with disabilities it is hard for people to get politics. It never is an easy thing to talk about plus I feel like voting needs to be more accessible, especially in the voting booths as sometimes this can be intimidating for people. I feel like we need a voice in the houses of parliament to represent maybe a seat. Yes maybe the people who are setting this up don't have any experience in politics but what we do have is passion. I also propose:
1) That the manifestos are put in a simpler format and simpler for people to read. Cos if we are being honest it is a load of double dutch for the regular Joe Bloggs
2) That we have a Representative in each constituency to give talks in and around each region to try and explain what they can give to the region.
3) To liaise with the labour party to try and make the policies more accessible
4) for it to be taught in schools and for it to be an essential on the national curriculum.
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