Peter Baker posted on Facebook on 4 March 2017:
Hi everyone, I am a ward organiser in South East London, and I’ve been trying to get some ideas together on involving disabled people in campaigning. While digital involvement is important, I want to try and involved people in other ways too. I want to make them feel like they are welcome and an important part of the local party, and I think campaigning is a good way to get people involved.
Locally I’m trying to encourage door knocking on specific local issues, but that isn’t accessible for people with mobility problems. While people have suggested stalls, I’m not particularly happy with that being the only response I received. Would anyone here be able to suggest other ways of campaigning that disabled people would be more able to participate in?
Thank you in advance!