Transforming participation for disabled people in Glasgow beyond Covid 19

Brunner, R. and Glasgow DPO Network, (2022) Transforming participation for disabled people in Glasgow beyond Covid 19. Documentation. Glasgow Disability Alliance and University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

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This report from the Disability Workstream of Glasgow City Council’s Social Recovery Task Force, supported by a researcher from University of Glasgow’s Centre for Disability Research, makes recommendations to remove barriers to disabled peoples’ participation in key areas of life in Glasgow. The Disability Workstream held an online co-design event on 22 April 2021 involving disabled people, public service and third sector workers, and disabled peoples’ organisations (DPOs). Participants gave real-world examples of barriers and enablers to participation in public services. They also highlighted participation in Glasgow’s wider public realm, discussed digital and real-world participation, and considered the diversity of disabled people. Alongside other evidence, these themes inform the report recommendations.

Item Type:Research Reports or Papers (Documentation)
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Brunner, Dr Richard
Authors: Brunner, R., and Glasgow DPO Network,
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Social and Political Sciences > Sociology Anthropology and Applied Social Sciences
Publisher:Glasgow Disability Alliance and University of Glasgow

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