Disability Wales welcomes the statement today by Rebecca Evans, Minister for Finance and Local Government, announcing the opening of the second stage of the Access to Elected Office Fund Wales. The Fund will now be open to disabled people wishing to stand for election as local councillors in the 2022 Local Government elections. It is […]
Accessibility in the world: What needs to change?
Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day! The past 15 months has seen highs and lows in terms of accessibility; from spikes in remote working opportunities and golden tickets to attending events online, to digital exclusion and accessibility barriers in shops and city centres. With all of this in mind, GAAD 2021 feels more significant than ever. […]
Get ready to vote on 6 May
This is a guest blog post by Electoral Commission Wales. Get ready to vote There’s just one week to go until people in Wales head to the polls to decide who will represent them in the Senedd and as Police and Crime Commissioner. The Senedd has powers to make laws for Wales on a range […]
How to make your information accessible to our members
Sharing your information with our members Here at Disability Wales, we receive many requests to share information with our members which we are happy to help with. But often, information given isn’t accessible and isn’t provided in an easy format for us to reproduce on social media. With this in mind, we thought we’d share […]