2020 Election Forum: Easy Read The event information has been translated into Easy Read by People First New Zealand Inc. Ngā Tāmgata Tuatahi. My Voice Matters. Who gets your vote in the 2020 general election? On 19 September there will be a general election. In a general election you can vote for the people and political parties you would like to see form a government. Come and hear what the political parties have to say about the big issues that affect disabled people. When: Saturday 29 August 2020 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm. Where: Blind Low Vision New Zealand, Awhina House, 4 Maunsell Road, Parnell, Auckland. The people from the different political parties will talk about: education, working, housing, getting around using transport, laws about making things accessible for everyone, and how health and disability services could be in the years to come. There will be time for you to ask questions. There will be afternoon tea at the end of the meeting. Please let us know if you want to come to the meeting. Online: myvoicematters.org.nz Email: TBanks@BlindLowVision.org.nz Phone: Taryn Banks 0220162571. New Zealand Sign Language interpreters will be at the meeting. Video calls can be organised. This event is proudly supported by The following organizations: Blind Citizens NZ, Blind Low Vision NZ, CCS Disability Action, Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand, Complex Care Group, Deaf Aotearoa, Disability Connect, Disabled Persons Assembly NZ – DPA, Epic Studios, Lifewise, Manawanui, The Muscular Dystrophy Association of NZ, My Voice Matters, New Zealand Disability Support Network – NZDSN, People First New Zealand, Vaka Tautua and YES Disability Resource Centre. This information has been translated into Easy Read by People First New Zealand Inc. Ngā Tāmgata Tuatahi.