Citizen Network believes that everyone should get involved and work to make their communities the best that they can be.
One important way we can accomplish this is if we vote.
Inclusion Europe: #ThisTimeWeAreVoting Campaign
Plena Inclusión: #MiVotoCuenta and the app: #Mefacilyta
ENIL: Elections Toolkit
Easy-Read-Online: Information Sheet on Local Elections (England)
Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE) USA: GoVoter project
Council for Intellectual Disability (CID) New South Wales, Australia: NSW election 2019 – how political parties can support people with intellectual disability and the film: How to Vote
Disability Rights UK: The EnAble Fund for Elected Office
Mencap: Election Campaign
My Life My Choice: Register to Vote - UK General Election 2019
Nadia Clarke: Meeting the Politicians
Moldova: Let’s vote – Roma communities take the lead
Norway: I want to vote!
Scotland: Learning Disability Alliance Scotland
England: Marking the Political Parties and Quality Checking Government
UK General Election 2019: How to register to vote and Registering to vote easy read guide
Denmark: The Danish government wants to change the law so that more people under guardianship are given the right to vote
Germany: Stripping people under full guardianship from their voting rights is unconstitutional
Scotland: Refugees and asylum seekers could be given right to vote
Spain: 100,000 people under guardianship will be able to vote in the next elections
UK: Steve Griffiths: Challenging the Democratic Deficit – the 2018 Constituency Boundary Review a lost opportunity
USA: Matt Rothschild: Disability Rights and Democracy
Citizen Network supports the campaign for Constitutional Reform in the UK, which aims to shift power closer to people and to increase democratic involvement at every level.
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