Inclusion Scotland News & Events

New Website Under Construction

Posted on Friday, June 25th, 2021

Please note that we are currently in the process of moving over to our new website, and some sections are still being updated and developed. If there is information you are looking for which you cannot currently find on our site, please Contact Us.

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Access to Public Appointments Evaluation Report

Posted on Tuesday, June 15th, 2021

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.  

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Intern Blog: Helping to create a new Scottish Social Security Benefit System through lived experience.

Posted on Monday, June 14th, 2021

“For anyone thinking of applying for this internship in the future, my advice would be don’t be hesitant, as it is a great opportunity for disabled people.” By Laura Murdanaigum Before my internship I was volunteering at the Remode Collective, a social enterprise which upcycles unwanted and unused textiles into new products. I also helped […]

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Become a Partner

Posted on Monday, June 14th, 2021

Joining Inclusion Scotland: new categories      In 2019 our Board of Directors decided to make some changes to what was then known as our “membership” categories.  This was to address some confusion over the categories amongst “members” about what being a member actually meant.  In particular, there was confusion over who could vote at our general meetings.  That is because we called everyone that […]

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Access to Politics Charter

Posted on Thursday, June 10th, 2021

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Guidance on Accessing Politics

Posted on Thursday, June 10th, 2021

We have developed our Guidance on Accessing Politics as tools to inform disabled people looking to get involved in politics, and all those who wish to make politics more accessible for disabled people.

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