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I need Easy Read pledge

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A pledge is when someone promises to do something.

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The I need Easy Read campaign is asking candidates in the UK General Election on 4th July 2024 to pledge their support.

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If you are a member of the public, you can ask the candidates in your area to pledge their support.

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You can find out who the candidates in your area are here:

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You can find out more about elections and voting on the Easy Read Online website.

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You can check if any of the candidates in your constituency have already pledged to support the campaign on the pledge Supporters page

The pledge

We want candidates to pledge to support Easy Read in the UK by:

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  • Making sure that businesses and organisations follow the law about making changes to include people with learning disabilities.

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  • Telling businesses and organisations about what Easy Read is.

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  • Telling people with learning disabilities about their rights to get information in Easy Read. 

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  • You can find out more about the campaign on our website.

Your pledge

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I pledge to support the I need Easy Read campaign.

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