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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.
1. This is the response of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and…
Foreword The UK Government is as committed as ever to creating a society…
The UN asked the UK to respond 12 months after the first periodic review on a selection of recommendations in its concluding observations.
Information of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on…
The UK has a clear vision – to create a society that works for everyone,…
Information provided to the United Nations (UN) in connection with its first periodic review of disabled people’s rights.
Introduction 1. The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and…
1. Annex A 1.1 Women with disabilities, Article 6 (issue 3a) The tables…
This report is about the achievements of the BEPE project since 2012, the inclusive design legacy, the lessons learned and the next steps.
Progress report on supporting disabled people to fulfil their potential (includes data to financial year 2014/15).
Improving equality and reducing discrimination and disadvantage for all at work, in public and political life, and in people’s life chances.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
These documents set out the government’s view of a society where disabled people can realise their aspirations and fulfil their potential.
These documents update the government's disability strategy and show the progress that's been made up to September 2014.
Report by the UK government and the Mayor of London on the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games.
How to strengthen the voice of disabled people in government (includes the government response to the review of Equality 2025).
How can the government work with disabled people to help them realise their aspirations?
How the rights of disabled people as set out in the UN convention are protected by legislation and policy in the UK.
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