Our Human Rights Policy & Engagement Officer, Rosalind Tyler-Greig recently spent time at the United Nations, with colleagues from other Disabled People’s Organisations. Read on to find out exactly what they were there for! – UNCRPD blog 1
What is the #myworkstory campaign? On Friday 1 December 2017, Independent Living in Scotland, part of Inclusion Scotland, is launched #myworkstory, a social media campaign to encourage disabled people to get talking about being themselves at… Continue Reading #myworkstory campaign
Inclusion Scotland are pleased to announce that we have been awarded funding by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) and the Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC) to lead on producing Scotland’s civil society shadow… Continue Reading New human rights funding for Inclusion Scotland
C-App: Help for People Claiming ESA or PIP Applying for benefits can be a bit confusing. It can even seem overwhelming. If you are currently thinking about applying for Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)… Continue Reading Need help applying for PIP or ESA?
The National Lottery funded DRILL (Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning) Programme has today announced funding for Scottish research into the accessibility of toilets for disabled people using public transport. The project will… Continue Reading New funding for research led by disabled people in Scotland
Inclusion Scotland and nine partners have sent a report to a United Nations committee which is responsible for the Disabled People’s Convention (UNCRPD). The report explains whether disabled people in Scotland are getting all of… Continue Reading Call for Case Studies: United Nations Disabled People’s Convention
Successive British governments and other public bodies are failing to fulfill pledges they signed up to under a major international disability rights convention, campaigners have told a United Nations (UN) committee. A range of disability… Continue Reading Disabled People hold UK Government to account over human rights
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