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How the rights of disabled people as set out in the UN convention are protected by legislation and policy in the UK.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Estimates of the number of people with a long-standing illness or disability in Great Britain for the years 2002/03 to 2011/12 (April to March).
The UK's response to select concluding observations from the United Nations' first periodic review of the rights of disabled people and wider progress report.
Thousands of high street businesses could be turning away the custom of 1 in 5 people by not attracting disabled people.
How to collect and use data to help improve the lives of disabled people.
The Office for Disability Issues is seeking people to join the new Regional Stakeholder Network in 9 regional groups across England.
Data from the ONS Opinions and Lifestyle Survey measuring how attitudes towards disabled people have changed following the 2012 Paralympics.
Ministers have urged sports clubs and venues to step up their game on access for disabled fans, after the launch of a government report.
A new campaign to promote accessibility and inclusivity in UK shops and services has been launched today by the government.
On International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December) the government is announcing that it will be recruiting 6 new disability champions to help tackle the issues disabled people face as consumers.
The Office for Disability Issues are seeking disability sector champions in 7 sectors.
This report is about the service disabled spectators receive when they attend a sporting event. It includes recommendations.
Today launches ‘Purple Tuesday’, the UK’s first accessible shopping day, organised by the disability organisation ‘Purple’.
Survey results providing data on how disabled and non-disabled people participate in society.
How to involve disabled people in government social research.
Survey results from wave 3 analysing how disabled and non-disabled people participate in society and the barriers faced by respondents.
A magazine to help young disabled people to raise their career aspirations, fulfil their potential and make the transition into work.
The UN asked the UK to respond 12 months after the first periodic review on a selection of recommendations in its concluding observations.
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