The Independent Review of Learning Disability and Autism in the Mental Health Act (or IRMHA for short) was set up to assess whether changes needed to be made to the Scottish Mental Health Act. Because they were speaking to people with lived experience, as well as professionals and carers/guardians, they needed to uphold outstanding accessibility standards throughout. In their final report, the IRMHA said that it was the 'most accessible review of a law we are aware of'. They chose Citizen Space to use for the third phase of the review - find out more here.