Inclusion Scotland recently received festive thank you from the Minister for Social Security, Jeane Freeman MSP.
Open Government or Closed Doors? What does Community Empowerment mean for disabled people? “That’s the trouble with you people – even when we give you what you ask for, it’s still not good enough” But… Continue Reading Open Government or Closed Doors?
Purpose for the Powers: the future for Social Security in Scotland – HAVE YOUR SAY on the new social security powers! Wednesday 22nd June 11am (registration from 10.30am) – 4pm at Norton Park Conference… Continue Reading Purpose for the Powers: the future for Social Security in Scotland
We have recently recieved a thank you from the Minister for Social Security, Jeane Freeman MSP for the role we played in the introduction of the Social Security Bill. You can read her thank you… Continue Reading A thank you from the Minister of Social Security
We had our Fringe session on Saturday afternoon, and the room was packed! Jeane Freeman kindly joined us to speak about the importance of including disabled people in decision making, asking attendees to sign up… Continue Reading Day 2 at SNP Spring Conference
The Scottish Government want to know how they should use their new powers over disability benefits. Inclusion Scotland and Advocating Together (Dundee) SCIO are hosting a free and accessible event where we’ll share… Continue Reading Purpose for the Powers event – Dundee
Have your say about the new social security powers which are coming to Scotland This is an event organised by Inclusion Scotland, Oban Addiction Support and Information Service and Argyll and Bute Citizens Advice Bureau.… Continue Reading Purpose for the Powers event – Oban
We were delighted to have mentioned no less than seven times during the debate on “Dignity, Fairness and Respect in Disability Benefits” in the Scottish Parliament on 10th June 2016: Adam Tomkins (Glasgow) (Con): I… Continue Reading Inclusion Scotland mentioned throughout Scottish Parliament Social Security debate