The National Disability Strategy Review – Call for Evidence
16 June 2022
Last year, on the 28th July 2021, we were invited to respond to the new National Disability Strategy. The strategy committed to some ambitious solutions to "...improve the everyday lives of disabled people in areas like housing, transport jobs and education."
Now, a year on, have you noticed any signs that these proposed developments are in action?
The Women and Equalities Committee is scrutinising the implementation and further development of the strategy. The committee wants to hear from as many people as possible, especially disabled people.
They are asking for responses to several questions including, "What progress has been made so far?" and "How effectively is the government communicating with disabled people and involving them in the implementation and further development of the strategy?"
If you want to have your say personally, then please respond to their call for evidence by Sunday 24th July. Tou do not have to respond to every question given. Alternatively, if you have any comments or experiences that you would like us to include in our submission then please email them to email@example.com by Friday 15th July.
How your submission will be treated
The Committee has discretion over which submissions it accepts as evidence, and which of those it then publishes on its website. If your submission is accepted by the Committee, it will usually be published online. It will then be available permanently for anyone to view and may be found online by using search engines. It cannot be changed or removed. If you have included your name or any personal information in your submission, that will normally be published too. Please consider how much personal information you want or need to share.
Your contact details will never be published.