Consultation outcome

Involving disabled people in policy development

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
This consultation has concluded

Read the full outcome

Better working with disabled people (consultation outcome)

Detail of outcome

This document includes the government’s:

  • response to the findings of the consultation
  • plans to set up a ‘Fulfilling Potential Forum’

The forum will involve around 40 disability organisations and meet every 3 months to discuss the government’s disability strategy. The Minister of State for Disability and the Minister of State for Care and Support will co-chair the forum.

Outcome: BSL summary

Better working with disabled people: consultation outcome

Original consultation


How to strengthen the voice of disabled people in government (includes the government response to the review of Equality 2025).

This consultation ran from

Consultation description

Better working with disabled people: Fulfilling potential: Making it happen

The triennial review of Equality 2025 recommended that Equality 2025 be closed. It also recommended that advice to government on disability issues should be provided ‘by a method that will provide expertise supplemented by lived experience’. This consultation seeks views on how to do that and how best to involve disabled people at every stage of policy development.


Updates to this page

Published 16 July 2013

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