INSILC Legislative Advocacy Workshop Series
Don’t Miss the FINAL workshop to learn how to Be The Voice in the ongoing 2020 Indiana Legislative Session
Still want to have YOUR say in legislation this legislative session?
Still want to learn how to make YOUR voice heard?
Still want to know what to say to make sure change happens that YOU want?
Then be sure to join the Indiana Statewide Independent Living Council (INSILC) for its FREE third and final workshop in the INSILC Legislative Advocacy Workshop Series developed BY YOUR PEERS WITH DISABILITIES, FOR ITS PEERS WITH DISABILITIES, COMMUNITY PARTNERS AND ALLIES.
The final Workshop in the series takes place THIS THURSDAY – JANUARY 30 FROM 4:30 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.!
Learn more and get registered to attend either onsite or online here:
In this third workshop, we’ll will be discussing current legislation moving through the 2020 Indiana General Assembly, examining how particular bills will impact our peers with disabilities, and what actions you can take to engage in any INSILC advocacy efforts.
Missed the first two workshops in the series? No worries! Get access to the archives and materials on our website: https://www.insilc.org/legislative-advocacy-workshop-series/.
Can’t join us on Thursday? Here is how you can still have an impact and #BeTheVoice!
- Call 800-382-9467 or email your Senator and express how SB255 (Insulin Drugs) and SB312 (Parents with a disability) will have an impact on you and/or your fellow Hoosier peers with disabilities.
- Let us help take the stress out of figuring out what to say! Be sure to check out the attached Legislative Advocacy Informative Tip Sheet for both of these bills and some recommended messaging you are welcome to use when you contact your Senators to share with them on how the bills will have an impact on the disability community.
Any questions or reasonable accommodation requests for the INSILC Legislative Advocacy Workshop Series may
be directed to the INSILC Director of Public Policy & Systems Advocacy, Morgan Daly at email@example.com
For more information about INSILC, visit www.insilc.org