Access to Elected Office Fund – Recruiting new members of Decision Panel

The Access to Elected Office Fund (Scotland) (AEOFS) is now recruiting for new Decision Panel members.

AEOFS provides financial and support to disabled people running for party selection and as candidates in Scottish Parliament and Scottish local council elections. The role of the Decision Panel is to review AEOFS award recommendations submitted by Inclusion Scotland. Each panel member has lived experience of disability with some knowledge of reasonable adjustments and overcoming barriers faced by disabled people.

Decision Panel members should have:

  • Lived experience of disability.
  • Strong communication and team working skills.
  • Some awareness of disability access issues.
  • Previous board or panel experience is desirable, but not essential.

The application form and role description are available below.

The closing date for applications is midday, Friday 20 August 2021. Applications should be submitted to civicparticipation@inclusionscotland.org.

AEO Decision Panel Member – Application Form

Application form for vacancy of Access to Elected Office Fund (Scotland) Decision Panel member.

AEO Fund Decision Panel Member – Role Description and Person Spec

Role description and person spec for vacancy of Access to Elected Office Fund (Scotland) Decision Panel member.

Access to Public Appointments Evaluation Report

Our Access to Public Appointments Evaluation Report makes eight recommendations for making public bodies and their Boards more accessible to and more representative of disabled people.

 

Access to Public Appointments Evaluation Report

Our Access to Public Appointments Evaluation Report makes eight recommendations for making public bodies and their Boards more accessible to and more representative of disabled people.

Access to Public Appointments Evaluation Report (Large Print)

Our Access to Public Appointments Evaluation Report makes eight recommendations for making public bodies and their Boards more accessible to and more representative of disabled people.

Inclusion Scotland Group