London 2012: A legacy for disabled people
Setting new standards, changing perceptions
This document sets out how the Government plans to use the power of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to transform the life experience of disabled people and to accelerate progress towards the Government’s goal of achieving disability equality by 2025.
The document is available in standard version, easy read, braille, Welsh and audio. To request a copy of the document please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 211 6200.
Easy to read version
Each file is around 45 minutes in duration.
- London 2012: a legacy for disabled people (from introduction to end of section 4) MP3 (17.2mb)
- (00:00) Index
- (01:51) Foreword
- (03:49) Section 1: What are we doing to ensure that London 2012 leaves a lasting legacy for disabled people?
- (15:08) Section 2: Why is it important that the Games create a legacy for disabled people?
- (21:47) Section 3: Who is involved in delivering London 2012’s disability equality legacy?
- (43:04) End of file 1.
- London 2012: a legacy for disabled people (from section 5 to the end) MP3 (18.3mb)
- (00:00) Index to disk 2
- (00:49) Section 5 – Increasing participation in sport and physical activity
- (20:58) Section 6 – Improving business, transport and employment opportunities for disabled people
- (42:13) Section 7 – Next Steps
- (45:55) End of file 2
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Press notice - Legacy Plan for Disabled People to improve the lives of 10 million in the UK
These documents are available online in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.
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