In July 2013, Citizens Advice Scotland published a briefing on ‘The Effect of Government Policies on Disabled People’.
In May 2013, the British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR) published ‘Mental Health Advocacy and Human Rights: Your Guide’.
The Equality Challenge Unit publishes factsheets and guidance to support academics, staff and students in further and higher education.
In January 2013, Stop Hate UK launched a new 24 hour helpline service, Stop Learning Disability Hate Crime, in England and Wales.
An online training course which provides an introduction to standing for elected office and includes case studies or examples contributed by disabled people who have already participated in political life.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission, AbilityNet and BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, have worked together to develop a Web Essentials e-learning course.
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland has compiled a series of advice notes to provide information on some of the legal and ethical aspects of mental health care and treatment in Scotland.
’Showcasing Disability Best Practice’ highlights the practical steps local employers in Northern Ireland are taking to boost employment opportunities for disabled people.
Back Up’s inclusive education toolkit is a comprehensive resource which aims to make including a child or young person with a spinal cord injury, back into school life less intimidating.
Learning Disability Wales are partners in an exciting and innovative three-year European Project with five other countries called ‘My Rights My Voice’.