Weekly Poll Results – Shared Spaces

Thank you to everyone who completed last week’s poll about Shared Spaces. We had a fantastic response and received lots of interesting comments. Question: As a disabled person, do you agree with the idea of Shared Spaces? YES/NO Your Feedback: 12% of the 36 respondents answered YES that they did agree with the idea of Shared Spaces. 88% said NO, they did not agree with Shared Spaces. Some comments: “Pedestrians and vehicles are not a good mix and imagine the chaos with no traffic lights or road signs.” “Shared Spaces do not work well for people with a visual impairment
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Weekly Poll results – Disability Hate Crime

Thank you to everyone who completed last week’s poll about disability hate crime. We had a tremendous response and received lots of interesting comments. Question: Would you feel confident to report an incident of disability hate crime? YES/NO Your Feedback: 69% ( 33 respondents) answered YES that they would feel confident to report disability hate crime.  31% (15 respondents) said NO, they would not feel confident. Some comments: “It is difficult sometimes for people without disabilities to understand the significance of hate crime incidents.” “The legislation’s so loose worded, it’s difficult to know what to report and what can be
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Weekly Poll Results – Inclusive Communication

Thank you to everyone who completed last week’s poll about inclusive communication. We had a tremendous response and received lots of interesting comments. Question:  Do you think inclusive communication needs to be improved in public, private and third sector organisations?  YES/NO Your Feedback: 100% of the 32 respondents answered YES and agreed that inclusive communication needs to be improved in public, private and third sector organisations.
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Call For Evidence On Building Regulations In Scotland

About this Call For Evidence The Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Communities Committee launched a call for written evidence as part of its scrutiny of building regulations in Scotland and the Committee wanted to hear your thoughts and experiences of these regulations.
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