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The Office for Disability Issues

The Office for Disability Issues aims to co-ordinate the way government services are developed and delivered for disabled people. It works to bring about equality for disabled people by 2025.

About the Office for Disability Issues

The Office for Disability Issues (ODI) represents the government's work on disability equality.

The ODI is a cross-governmental organisation that works with government departments, disabled people and a wide range of external groups. 

For more information, visit the Office for Disability Issues website.

Equality 2025 - the UK Advisory Network on Disability Equality

Equality 2025 is an advisory group of 19 disabled people. It offers strategic advice to ministers and senior government officials at the early stages of policy development. It also holds in-depth examinations of existing policy areas on issues that affect disabled people.

Equality 2025 was launched in December 2006. You can find out more about Equality 2025, including who its members are, on its website.

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