***Urgent meeting to be called and organised within the representative individual voices and organisations within the disabled people's, survivors, neurodiversity, independent and inclusive living movements.
As many of you may be well informed by now, that Adrian Whyatt and I are in the early process of trying to set-up and organise a 'working-group' within the disabled people's, survivors, neurodiversity, independent and inclusive
living movement to discuss the continued disability discrimination and basic human and civil rights abuses disabled people are experiencing with legal advocates and within the Courts and Adrian and I believe now that it's
important time that a dialogue is urgenly called upon to address all these issues that we disabled people experiencing within our basic human and civil rights to 'natural-justice' with the various representative public bodies, including the BAR Council, Her Majesty's Court Service, Law Society, Howard League Penal Trust, National Probation Service, Liberty and many others around 'Disabled People and Justice' in the Courts and problems experienced with legal advocates.
This dialogue and any arranged meetings will be fully under the control and orgainised by all the representative individual voices and organisations within the disabled people's, survivors, neurodiversity, independent and inclusive living movements, under 'nothing about us, without us'. Not the
charities who state they are representing 'our' voices, but all the 100% 'user-led' organisations. 'The Real Voice!!', under 'Nothing about us, Without us'.
This is a very important basic human and civil rights project and if you want to be involved then can you please correspond wity Mr Adrian Whyatt, who is co-ordinatinating all the names of all interested individuals, public
bodies and others.
Adrian email address is:- email@example.com, or he can be telephoned
on:- 02076039710, or 07930680865
Can you please pass on this email to relevant person for 'diversity and equality' within your own oganisations.
You may want to read this background releavnt information from the BAR Council:- BAR COUNCIL'S:- DISABILITY COMMITTEE SUBMISSIONS TO AULD REVIEW:-
See Link for all consultation papers:-
Fairness in Courts and Tribunals for Disabled People
Justice help for disabled people Conference in West Midlands
If they want to create equality of opportunities to justice for all disabled people, then West Midlands CPS need to make changes to their equal opportunities procedures and practices and 'go-beyond' equal opportunties 'policies' by actually start being more pragmatic in making correspondence for all disabled people more easily accessible to us by creating an 'email' correspondence address. That would be a positive start. See below:-
human rights: transforming services? The Honourable Mr Justice Munby, High Court Judge,Administrative Court ...Facilities for disabled people. See link:-
Stammering and Disability Discrimination in the UK:- 'The European Union' :- http://www.stammeringlaw.org.uk/eu.htm
JUSTICE / Liberty Human Rights Awards 2005 http://www.justice.org.uk/trainingevents/libertyhumanrights/main.html
You are free to disseminate this email to all other interested individuals and bodies within all your networks.
Colin Revell, East Riding of Yorkshire and Adrian Whyatt, London