Triennial review of Equality 2025
- Department for Work and Pensions, Equality 2025, and Office for Disability Issues
- Part of:
- Fulfilling Potential: improving the lives of disabled people and Triennial review reports
- First published:
- 16 July 2013
Findings from the triennial review of Equality 2025.
Equality 2025 is a body of publicly-appointed disabled people. It offers strategic, confidential advice to government on issues that affect disabled people.
The review recommends that Equality 2025 be abolished and that the strategic advice function should be ‘delivered by a method that will provide expertise supplemented by lived experience’.
Published: 16 July 2013