Inclusion Scotland has released a guide to the impacts of welfare reform on disabled people.
The booklet is available in PDF format using the link below:
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
A disabled people’s report about the barriers we face in accessing our rights to housing, and the solutions from the Independent Living in Scotland project. Report is available: 6324 ILIS Summit Report Press release: Housing report launch… Continue Reading LAUNCHED – Our Space, Our Place.
Payment: UK Living Wage rate of £8.45 per hour Accountable to: Health and Social Care North Lanarkshire Contract: 35 hours per week for 13 weeks (3 months) or part-time over a longer period… Continue Reading Dementia Research Intern- Health and Social Care North Lanarkshire
Payment: UK Living Wage rate of £8.45 per hour Host Employer: Health and Social Care North Lanarkshire Contract: 35 hours per week for 13 weeks (3 months) or part-time over a longer period (a… Continue Reading Technology Intern – Health and Social Care North Lanarkshire
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
Payment: UK Living Wage rate of £8.45 per hour Host Employer: University of Edinburgh School of Health in… Continue Reading Widening Access Intern – University of Edinburgh
We have produced a manifesto for the General Election on June 8th 2017 and are calling on candidates to pledge their support Manifesto for Inclusion June 2017 (doc) Manifesto for Inclusion June 2017 (pdf) Attachments… Continue Reading Inclusion Scotland General Election 2017 Manifesto for Inclusion
Voting for the Scottish Charity Awards has been open for almost a week and we have been overwhelmed with positive messages of support from those who used the fund. We really appreciate all the likes,… Continue Reading One week left to vote for us in the Scottish Charity Awards!
Inclusion Scotland (IS) is a consortium of organisations of disabled people and disabled individuals. Through a process of structured development we aim to draw attention to the physical, social, economic, cultural and attitudinal barriers that affect our everyday lives as disabled people in Scotland.
Registered Scottish charity number SC 031619 and Company limited by guarantee, registered in Scotland as 243492.