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  • Carers UK launch their 'Manifesto for Carers'

    Carers UK launch their 'Manifesto for Carers'

    The Carers UK Manifesto for Carers outlines the top priorities unpaid carers would want to see delivered by the next government.

  • ROFA Disabled People’s Manifesto 2019

    ROFA Disabled People’s Manifesto 2019

    Reclaiming Our Futures Alliance (ROFA) is an alliance of Disabled People and their User Led Organisations in England who have joined together to defend disabled people’s rights and campaign for an inclusive society. ROFA is consulting members on their Disabled People’s Manifesto and Disabled People’s Demands for the First 100 days of the new Government. The deadline for responses is Thursday, 31st October 2019 if you would like to comment.

  • General Election Manifesto Comparisons: What the Parties are Saying about Deaf and Disability Issues

    One last push to consider who to vote for in tomorrow’s General Election. To make it easier to directly compare the GE2017 manifestos and what they have to say on Deaf and disability specific issues, Reclaiming our Futures Alliance ( ROFA) have pulled out relevant pledges and collated them under a number of themes.

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