Resources for inclusion and equality

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  1. Resources to support World Sight Day, an annual day of awareness to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment.

  2. Resources to raise awareness and discuss the issues of racial discrimination.

  3. This document sets out a strong framework for self-evaluation of community learning and development.

  4. CEMVO Scotland aims to build the capacity of Scotland's minority ethnic voluntary and community sector. It works with a network of over 600 ethnic minority voluntary sector organisations and community groups throughout the country.

  5. An online resource for community learning and development workers in Glasgow. It relates to key stages in thinking about equalities in CLD.

  6. BEMIS is the national Ethnic Minorities led umbrella body supporting the development of the Ethnic Minorities Voluntary Sector in Scotland. BEMIS was established in 2002 to promote the interest of minority ethnic voluntary organisations, develop capacity and support inclusion and integration of ethnic minority communities.

  7. A network of voluntary sector organisations and individuals providing or interested in adult education and learning.

  8. Free information and advice on individual assessment of technology needs, the supply of assistive technology, awareness education, workstation adaptations to allow people with disabilities to use technology effectively.

  9. This resource has been developed for and with the help of local community groups to help improve skills and knowledge and bring benefits to local communities. There are guidelines on a range of topics from setting up and running a community group, legal requirements and good practice, planning and fundraising for a particular project, to obtaining useful statistical data on the local area. There are also opportunities to share and exchange your community skills, and to pass on your experience and tips through the local project case studies.

  10. The Scottish Youth Parliament explores issues which affect young people across Scotland and tries to propose innovative and sometimes radical solutions to these problems and situations.

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