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Your chance to contribute to new disability strategy

Your chance to contribute to new disability strategy

On 1 December 2011, the government announced a discussion with disabled people to gather suggestions for a new cross-government disability strategy.

The Government’s ambition is to enable disabled people to fulfill their potential and have opportunities to play a full role in society. To realise this ambition, they want to tackle barriers to realising aspirations and individual control, as well as change attitudes and behaviour towards disabled people.

A discussion document, containing questions covering these key areas has been co-produced by the Office for Disability Issues and disability organisations: Fulfilling Potential – Working together to enable disabled people to fulfil their potential and have opportunities to play a full role in society.

You can access the discussion document in three ways

1 Read the document:

2 Watch the British Sign Language video:

A summary of the discussion document and the discussion questions are available on YouTube.

3 Listen to an audio version:

Have your say

You can respond to the consultation questions on-line, by email or by post.  Please note responses must be submitted by 9th March 2012.

On-line:

Email

Post

You can send your response to this address:
Office for Disability Issues (Disability Strategy Team),
Ground Floor, Caxton House,
6-12 Tothill Street,
London, SW1H 9NA

Enquiries

If you have questions about this discussion document or running your own event, you can contact the Disability Strategy Team.