Creating a fairer Britain
The Commission has conducted a Formal inquiry into disability-related harassment which revealed in 2011 that there was a systemic failure in the way that public authorities deal with disability related harassment. In response to these findings, the Commission produced a set of recommendations as to how to identify and eliminate harassment.
You can find all British Sign Language videos outlining the inquiry's work and progress to date below:
1. Manifesto for change: Progress report 2013.
An early indicator report of the extent to which agencies have complied.
Published in December 2013.
2. Out in the open: a manifesto for change.
The inquiry's final set of recommendation to public authorities.
Published in October 2012.
3. An introduction to the inquiry and consultation.
4. An explanation of the inquiry scope.
5. A summary of the responses to the consultation on Terms of Reference.
6. A list of the questions for disabled people and details of how you can respond.
An early indicator report looking at the progress which agencies have made over 2012 to 2013 in relation to the Commission's recommendations.
The follow up report to Hidden in plain sight, containing the commitments by agencies as to how they have or will identify and eliminate disability related harassment over the coming years.
A short introduction to the Commission's Formal inquiry into disability related harassment.
We explain why the the Commission held an inquiry and the significance of the consultation process.
This is a summary of the responses to the consulation on the Terms of Reference.
This clip has all the questions we are asking.