Thursday 29th May 2014, 10:00-15:00
Glasgow Centre for Inclusive Living, 117 – 127 Brook Street, Glasgow, G40 3AP
Facilitated in partnership between BEMIS and Inclusion Scotland. This is an opportunity for members of the diverse ethnic minority communities, who consider themselves to have a disability, to share their views on the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Disabled People. Your views will inform the report being prepared by Inclusion Scotland to be submitted to the United Nations reflecting the views of Scottish disabled people.
Discussion themes on the day will be:
- What positive progress has been made?
- What should be done to make more progress?
- What should be the priorities in a future Scotland?
If you are unable to attend but would still like to have your say, please email Pauline Nolan, Inclusion Scotland’s Policy Officer at: firstname.lastname@example.org – she will give you more information and a response pack.
There will also be other engagement events held where all disabled people are welcome to participate on the 11th of June 2014 in Dumfries and the 24th of June 2014 in Aberdeen. Please Note: Those who took part in Inclusion Scotland’s AGM need not book places for these events as we have already gathered your views.