The Panel on Fair Access to the Professions was announced on the 13th January 2009. The Panel will complement measures contained in the New Opportunities White Paper [External website].
The Panel will look at the processes and structures that govern recruitment into key professions. It will identify actions that the professions, supported by government where relevant, could undertake to improve access into professions.
The Panel will run until summer 2009 supported by a secretariat based in the Cabinet Office.
The Panel on Fair Access to the Professions has published a Phase 2 report outlining the good practice currently underway to support fair access to the Professions.
This lays down a foundation to all the professions, as well as employers and the Government to rise to the challenge to now go further and faster in breaking down the practical barriers that stand in the way of talented young people across the country being able to realise their aspirations
The Panel on Fair Access to the Professions has published a research paper highlighting key trends and issues in access to the Professions. The report identifies where progress had been made to widen access to the Professions for young people but also identifies where barriers still exist. for young people but also identifies where barriers still exist.
List of Panel Members [PDF 74KB,1 page]
This page will be regularly updated as the Panel’s work progresses.
You can contact The Panel on Fair Access to the Professions by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or in writing at:The Panel on Fair Access to the Professions