Petition update

Great work! Here are a few more actions you can take.

Nic De Boo
Cambridge, ENG, United Kingdom

Feb 16, 2021 — 

Dear all,


Thank you for all your support. Reading your comments is heartbreaking, but reminds me why this is so important.


Here are a few more steps you can take if you have the time and energy available:

  1. If you are on Twitter and tweet as part of the #MEawarenesshour campaign on Wednesdays at 8pm GMT, please consider sharing the petition as part of your tweets this week, along with your story on why this is so important.
  2. If you are based in the UK, consider submitting a question to be included in the Downing Street briefings on this subject. Even if your question does not get selected, the questions are independently picked based on the most common topics submitted, so the more of us who ask about it, the more likely it will be put to the government. You can do this by filling in the form here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/ask-the-government-a-question
  3. Consider telling your story to your local media by contacting local radio stations and newspapers. You should always have the opportunity to do this anonymously or semi-anonymously (e.g. Bob from London), so do not feel pressured to share personal details or your face on camera if you do not feel comfortable with it.

Rest well and keep fighting,


Nic


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