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Including Me, Including You

Including Me, Including You           We are Wester Hailes Education Centre , Edinburgh, and people can ring us on 0131 621 8316 and we’ll send out application forms or invite people in to enrol-open 9.30-8.30 Mon-Thursday and all day Friday plus weekends 9-3.30pm.   Would you like to be part of a new […]

Mystery Shoppers Edinburgh

  flip are looking for disabled theatre goers to undertake mystery shopper visits to an Edinburgh venue.  In exchange for your feedback you will be reimbursed for the cost of your visit and we will use your comments to help inform recommendations for development to the venue you visit. For more information or to register your interest […]

Project Ability Job Vacancy

Administrator (Full Time). Initially for 12 months with the possibility of extension 37.5 hours per week. Salary Scale £18441-£19959   Project Ability is based in the Trongate 103 Arts Centre in Glasgow and is Scotland’s leading visual arts organisation specialising in supporting people with disabilities   We are seeking an organised professional to provide a […]

Women and Disability Event

Women and Disability Event  Engender, Inclusion Scotland and Scottish Disability Equality Forum are working in partnership to host a series of events on Women and Disability. If you are a woman and have been affected by disability in your life, please come along to our FREE event. Lunch will be included. Please note priority will […]

Interactive harmony – Photography exhibition

Visually impaired debut photography exhibition –  a multisensory approach   This is the debut exhibition form Anne Dignan of her photographs at the Circus Cafe Bistro 8 St Mary’s Street Edinburgh:   “I have created tactile images from the photos and an audio description. On the actual launch night, there will be live BSL signing as […]

Film screening – LGBT History Month Cultural Commission

Film screening – LGBT History Month Cultural Commission 7pm Thursday 18th April, Media Education, Edinburgh                       In December 2012, Sandra Alland was awarded an CUltural Commission from LGBT History Month Commissions – to mentor six new queer & trans* deaf and disabled filmmakers, and to […]

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