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Everyday equality - what does it mean to you?

Scope_PhilMarsh
Scope_PhilMarsh Member Posts: 12 Courageous
Hi everyone,

I hope you're all having a good week. 

We’re collecting quotes from our storytellers about what everyday equality means to them for content on the run-up to the general election.

It would be amazing if you could send over some responses to the questions below.

We’d love to use your answers to these on social media and/or a blog but would obviously run this past you first to check you’re happy with them! There are a lot of questions here, so just pick the ones that are most relevant to you.

You can either comment below or email me at [email protected] 

Many thanks!
Phil (Stories Manager)


Everyday Equality

“As a disabled person or parent of a disabled child, what does the term ‘everyday equality’ mean to you?”

“What would ‘everyday equality’ for disabled people look like?”

“How do you think we can achieve everyday equality in the next five years?

“What do you think the next Government should do to bring about everyday  equality for disabled people by 2022?”

“What would be your top priority?”


Employment:

“Over the next five years, how do you think we can achieve everyday equality for disabled people when it comes to employment?”

“What do you think the next Government should do to ensure that disabled people who want to work can find and keep a job?”


Extra costs:

“Over the next five years, how do you think we can achieve everyday equality for disabled people when it comes to financial stability?

“What do you think the next Government should do to reduce the extra costs faced by disabled people?”


Social care:

“Over the next five years, how do you think we can achieve everyday equality for disabled people when it comes to living the life they choose?

“What do you think the next Government should do to ensure that disabled people get the care and support they need to live the life they choose?”


Best start in life: 

“Over the next five years, how do you think we can achieve everyday equality for disabled children?”

“What do you think the next Government should do to ensure that disabled children get the best start in life?”


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