Yes, I'm with Charles too. Nothing will change if everyone stays at home, but the chance to progress carers rights and services from the Parliament building itself is too good to miss. The very existence of this event proves that our Carers Poverty Protest march has opened the door for us for further changes, and it is exactly the kind of problems that you are experiencing, Eun, that need to be addressed. There are very few people in your precise situation, which means that it is a fairly easy gain to ask for, costing a relatively small amount of money, but potentially making a massive difference to people who have to carry such a massive burden. As it happens I have very few personal complaints or things that would make my caring life better, yet I am angry and frustrated that there are still carers in poverty and/or receiving poor services. So the main reason I am going is to help ensure that all carers get the same kind of superb, flexible support that my family has received over the years.
"This is one of the hardest lessons for humans to learn. We cannot admit that things might be neither good nor evil, neither cruel nor kind, but simply callous - indifferent to all suffering, lacking all purpose." - Richard Dawkins