The Equality and Human Rights Commission Scotland champions equality and human rights for all, working to eliminate discrimination, reduce inequality, protect human rights and to build good relations, ensuring that everyone has a fair chance to participate in society.
Inclusion Scotland is a consortium of organisations of disabled people and disabled individuals. Through a process of structured development they aim to draw attention to the physical, social, economic, cultural and attitudinal barriers that affect our everyday lives as disabled people in Scotland.
United Nations Enable is the website for the Secretariat for the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
The Inclusive Mobility and Transport Advisory Committee (Imtac) is a committee of disabled people and older people as well as others including key transport professionals. Their role is to advise Government and others in Northern Ireland on issues that affect the mobility of older people and disabled people.
Scottish Government's information on the Scottish Ferries Review.
City of Edinburgh Council's website information on the Edinburgh Trams project, including route information and updates.
DPTAC is an independent body, established by an Act of Parliament, advising Government on the transport needs of all disabled people across the UK. DPTAC also advises on the built environment needs of all disabled people
Capability Scotland provides a broad range of services to adults and children with physical and or learning disabilities and campaigns for equal rights