Leading Disability Equality in Scotland
The Scottish Disability Equality Forum (SDEF) works for social inclusion in Scotland. We are a membership organisation representing individuals with any type of impairment, disability organisations, groups and individuals who share our values. SDEF aims to make sure the voice of people affected by disability is heard and acted upon.
We work with many organisations to influence Scottish Government policies which affect how we live. We also work with Access Panels across Scotland who provide advice and support to disabled people in their local communities.
If you are an individual or an organisation, you can join our membership for FREE and help to further our aims. On this website you can find out more about what we do, how we do it, and how you can get involved.
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SDEF hubs are easy to access online spaces that provide information around Inclusive Communication, Accessible Design and Accessible Transport.
These ‘hubs’ do not seek to duplicate existing materials, but signpost visitors to those websites which hold relevant information.
Accessible Travel Hub
The aim of the hub is to educate staff, managers and individuals on accessible travel issues, rights and duties and also to provide local information on accessibility across all modes of transport, including buses, trains, taxis, cars, ferries, planes and community transport.
Inclusive Communication Hub
The Include us all hub provides information, articles, guidance and templates for individuals, staff and professionals on how to communicate more inclusively. It aims to make Scotland more inclusive in its approach to information by raising awareness of good practice in inclusive communication and accessible information.
Inclusive Design Hub
The Inclusive Design Hub has been developed with the aim of providing information to individuals interested in accessible design, right through to professionals and planners seeking further information and guidance on planning and development, as well as examples of good practice and commitment to inclusive design.
Your Say On Disability
A place for you to tell us your views on disability issues in Scotland. Created in partnership with the Scottish Disability Equity Forum and Independent Living in Scotland, this website provides the opportunity for disabled people to help to shape Scotland’s future in accessibility and equality.
Access Panel Network
On this Hub you’ll find everything you need to know about the Access Panel Network in Scotland. Access Panels are groups of volunteers who work together to improve physical access and wider social inclusion in their local communities.