Disabled people’s views on A Fairer Scotland for Disabled People

Inclusion Scotland

In 2016 the Scottish Government published its delivery plan for the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Disabled People called A Fairer Scotland for Disabled People. The Plan set out the things the Scottish Government was going to do over five years to 2021 to remove barriers faced by disabled people across all areas of life.

The plan is due to finish at the end of 2021. But has anything actually changed for disabled people in the four years of the plan? Inclusion Scotland want to take stock and ask disabled people what they think.

They’re conducting a short, anonymous, survey in the run up to the Scottish Government’s Disability Summit on 2 December 2020 where the Fairer Scotland for Disabled People plan will be discussed. They will feed in the results to this discussion to make sure disabled people’s voices are heard.

We would be very grateful if you could complete the survey if relevant and circulate the link to the survey around your networks – https://bit.ly/2Uby9zr

Self Directed Support Scotland

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