We have produced a manifesto for the General Election on June 8th 2017 and are calling on candidates to pledge their support
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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
Across Scotland on May 4th 2017 there are 39 disabled candidates who have been supported by the Access to Elected Office Fund pilot administered by Inclusion Scotland. You can find the full list of candidates… Continue Reading Access to Elected Office fund candidates election results
The evening of Tuesday 30th May, just over a week before the General Election, Inclusion Scotland, and a coalition of other equalities organisations, hosted a hustings where party representatives could address equalities issues, chaired by… Continue Reading Inclusion Scotland co-hosts General Election #EqualityHustings
When it comes to pioneering projects, the third sector is chock full of them. Our collective passion, determination and love for what we do is an asset to Scottish society. Inclusion Scotland is absolutely delighted… Continue Reading Vote for us in the Scottish Charity Awards!
Disabled people are massively under-represented in the new Scottish Parliament. In some ways the recent Scottish Parliament elections for 2016 were the most accessible yet. The five parties represented in the Scottish Parliament had just… Continue Reading Where are all the disabled politicians?
After the success of the One in Five campaign and Inclusion Scotland’s Access to Politics project, it is essential to continue momentum in decreasing barriers disabled people face when accessing politics and elected office. Join… Continue Reading Access to Politics Network: Creating a Written Charter
Inclusion Scotland works to achieve positive changes to policy and practice, so that we disabled people are fully included throughout all Scottish society as equal citizens.
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