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The Office for Disability Issues is seeking people to join the new Regional Stakeholder Network in 9 regional groups across England.
The new cross-departmental Equalities Hub in the Cabinet Office will include the Race Disparities Unit and the Government Equalities Office.
The Office for Disability Issues has announced the appointment of chairs to lead 9 new Regional Stakeholder Networks.
Five new disability champions have been appointed by the government to ensure businesses are not forgetting about their disabled customers.
The Office for Disability Issues are seeking disability sector champions in 7 sectors.
The regional stakeholder network will bring the views of disabled people and local disabled organisations across England closer to 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.
Today launches ‘Purple Tuesday’, the UK’s first accessible shopping day, organised by the disability organisation ‘Purple’.
Today, 2 November 2017, marks the first anniversary of the launch of the revamped Disability Confident scheme.
In his new role, Professor Francis Davis will work to promote social enterprise and improve employment opportunities for disabled people.
A new campaign to promote accessibility and inclusivity in UK shops and services has been launched today by the government.
The Disability Action Alliance is developing a new strategy focusing on its long term sustainability and more collaborative working.
The Minister for Disabled People celebrates work to change the way people learn about inclusive places and spaces.
The Minister for Disabled People, Justin Tomlinson, calls on politicians to help more disabled jobseekers into work.
Ministers have urged sports clubs and venues to step up their game on access for disabled fans, after the launch of a government report.
The Minister for Disabled People welcomes the work the BEPE project is doing to embed inclusive design into the profession's education.
Organisations that have helped transform the lives of disabled people have been recognised at an awards ceremony to promote accessibility.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Ground-breaking ideas on the shortlist for the Inclusive Technology Prize.
Disabled people across the UK are benefitting from the work of 12 organisations shortlisted for DWP's Accessible Britain Challenge Awards.
The Minister of State for Disabled People celebrates work to change the way people learn about inclusive places and spaces.
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