Thank you for visiting our site. We are a registered charity governed by a board which is made up of a majority of disabled people.
Our mission is to achieve positive changes to policy and practice, so that we disabled people are fully included throughout all Scottish society as equal citizens. We do this by influencing decision-makers, supporting disabled people to be decision-makers themselves, and developing capacity, awareness and engagement. Find out more about our approach and work by clicking here.
You can become a member of Inclusion Scotland by visiting our membership page. Membership is free and open to disabled people, disabled people’s organisations and our supporters.
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Since the beginning of the recession in 2008 the proportion of Scottish working age disabled people in employment has fallen from 48.9% to 42.8%. Disabled people remain significantly less likely to be in employment than non-disabled people. In 2016, 42.8% of working-age disabled people are in employment compared to 80.1% of working-age non-disabled people.