At First Minister's Questions on the 14th of September, Pam Duncan-Glancy MSP raised the concerns of people across Glasgow, and Scotland, that 'disabled people have never been a priority of the Scottish Government'.
Pam will continue to fight to ensure disabled peoples' interests are at the heart of any Scottish Government, and she also hopes to advance disabled peoples' prospects through her Disabled Children and Young People (Transitions to Adulthood) (Scotland) Bill, which is currently working its way through the Parliamentary process now. To get the support the Bill needs in order to pass, Pam is encouraging everyone to write to their MSPs, using the helpful guide at www.GlasgowPam.scot/back-the-bill, and she is also encouraging you to share this with your contacts.
Pam has pledged to use her time in Parliament to give a voice to those that are under-represented in our society, and to ensure the Scottish Government hears that voice. That is why disabled people will always be a priority for her.