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  • UK Government Disability Action Plan

    Created: 12/02/2024
    News/Events Category: Employability

    The UK Government this week launched its new Disability Action Plan. This new plan sets out 32 practical actions to transform the everyday lives of disabled people.

    Specific actions include:

    • A new fund to support disabled people who want to be elected to public office
    • Building an online information hub for local authorities on creating accessible playgrounds
    • A new working group to educate businesses on the legal rights of assistance dog owners and making it simpler to report when they are refused access to a business
    • Leading new research into emerging issues affecting disabled people in the UK over the next 20 years

    More information about the Disability Action Plan can be found here.

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