Every Disabled Child Matters

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Every Disabled Child Matters (EDCM) is a political campaign based in England with the aim of improving rights for disabled children and their families. The stated campaign objectives[1] focus on issues such as poverty, education, access to government services and inclusion. The campaign was launched in September 2006.

Running and strategy[edit]

The campaign is run jointly by four organisations:

The strategy for the campaign is set by an executive team drawn from these four organisations.

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