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NEWS15 April 2014

BritainThinks partners with Leonard Cheshire Disability

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UK — BritainThinks is to partner with Leonard Cheshire Disability on a programme of qualitative research.

Leonard Cheshire Disability is a provider of services to disabled people. BritainThinks will conduct a programme of qualitative research that will feed into the organisation’s pre-general election campaign strategy.

Jane Harris, managing director of Campaigns and Engagement at Leonard Cheshire Disability, said: “We are delighted to be working with BritainThinks to support our campaigning in the run up to the general election.

“Their public research with a focus group programme is a key part of our project to gather evidence on the major issues disabled people in Britain face today.”

Deborah Mattinson, founding director of BritainThinks (pictured), added: “We are thrilled to be working with such a fantastic organisation on this important project to explore public attitudes towards disability.”