Inclusion Scotland

Working towards a society where disabled people are equal citizens

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. We aim to encourage a wide understanding of those issues throughout mainstream thought in Scotland. In short, we want to reverse the current social exclusion experienced by disabled people through civil dialogue, partnerships, capacity building, education, persuasion, training and advocacy. Read more about Inclusion Scotland.

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Accessibility Help

We have tried to ensure that this website is accessible to everyone. If you are having a problem please contact us, and we will do our best to fix any problems.

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Changing the preferences on your Web browser may help to make the site easier for you to use. It is possible to change text size and colour as well as background colours by making changes in the preferences or options section of your browser. The exact details of how to do this will be different for each type of browser so experimentation may be the order of the day.

The presentation of this website can be changed by turning off the style sheet in the browser preferences, or by substituting your own style sheet.

Lois Wakeman has a very good page that covers a range of issues related to customising the setting of your web browser to make pages more accessible.

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