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Documents supplied by Disability Rights Commission

2003-04 Annual Report of the Disability Rights Commission as Submitted to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
2004 - What it Means to you - A Guide for Disabled People
5 Years of Progress - Wales
50 Key Cases from the DRC
A National Framework for Disability Equality and Etiquette Learning (DEEL) for Health and Social Care Services
A Practical Guide for the Retail Sector - Part III of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - What Shop or Store Owners Need to Know
Access Statements - Achieving an Inclusive Environment by Ensuring Continuity Throughout the Planning, Design and Management of Buildings and Spaces - This Guide Only Applies to England and Wales
Accompanying Guidance for the Disability Rights Commission's Code of Practice for Schools (Scotland)
Avoiding Disability Discrimination in Transport - A Practical Guide for Breakdown Recovery Operators
Avoiding Disability Discrimination in Transport - A Practical Guide for Buses and Scheduled Coaches
Avoiding Disability Discrimination in Transport - A Practical Guide for Tour Coach Operators
Avoiding Disability Discrimination in Transport - A Practical Guide for Vehicle Rental Firms
Challenging Disability Discrimination - A Guide to Services
Changing Britain for Good - Putting Disability at the Heart of Public Policy
Communities Committee - Planning etc. (Scotland) Bill - Written Evidence from DRC - Planning etc. (Scotland) Bill - Stage One Evidence from the Disability Rights Commission in Scotland
Consultation Report - Supplement to Part 3 Code of Practice - Provision and Use of Transport Vehicles
Consultation on a Revised Code of Practice on Part 4 of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) - Post-16 Education
Disability Discrimination Act - Guidance
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - Code of Practice - Employment and Occupation
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - Code of Practice - Rights of Access - Goods, Facilities, Services and Premises
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - Code of Practice - Rights of Access - Services to the Public, Public Authority Functions, Private Clubs and Premises
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - Code of Practice - Trade Organisations and Qualifications Bodies
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - Code of Practice for Providers of Post-16 Education and Related Services - New Duties (From September 2002) in the Provision of Post-16 Education and Related Services for Disabled People and Students
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - Provision and Use of Transport Vehicles - Statutory Code of Practice - Supplement to Part 3 Code of Practice
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 Part 4 - Code of Practice for Schools - New Duties (From 2002) not to Discriminate Against Disabled Pupils and Prospective Pupils in the Provision of Education and Associated Services in Schools, and in Respect of Admissions and Exclusions
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 Part 4: Code of Practice for Schools
Disability Equality Impact Assessment and the Disability Equality Duty
Disability Rights Commission Submission to the Equalities Review
Disability in Wales - Impact Report 2005-06
EDU 13: The Disability Discrimination Act Part 4: Staff Development
EMP 11: Disability Rights Commission Leaflet 6: Sick Leave, Sick pay and Medical Appointments - Making Rights a Reality
EMP 12: Disability Rights Commission Leaflet 7: Redundancy - Making Rights a Reality
EMP 13: Disability Rights Commission Leaflet 8: Getting Into Work My Rights - Making Rights a Reality
EMP 14: Employment - A Guide to the Law and Best Practice for Employers - Making Rights a Reality
EMP 4: Employment - Disability, Health and Employment - A Short Guide for Small and Medium Sized Employers - Making Rights a Reality
EMP 9: Disability Rights Commission Leaflet 4: Discipline and Dismissal - Making Rights a Reality
Employment and the Disability Equality Duty - The Disability Equality Duty and Employment - A Straight Forward Guide
Equal Treatment - Closing the Gap - A Formal Investigation into Health Inequalities Experienced by People with Learning Disabilities or Mental Health Problems - Questionnaire for People with Mental Health Problems or Learning Disabilities
Equal Treatment - Closing the Gap - One Year on - Report of the Reconvened Formal Inquiry Panel of the Disability Rights Commission's (DRC's) Formal Investigation into the Inequalities in Physical Health Experienced by People with Mental Health Problems and Learning Disabilities
Focus 25: Authorities Covered by the Disability Equality Duty in Scotland
Focus 26: Making the Duty Work - A Guide to the Disability Equality Duty for Disabled People and Their Organisations
Focus 30: Creating an Alternative Future
Focus 7: Creating an Inclusive Environment
Further and Higher Education Institutions and the Disability Equality Duty - Guidance for Principals, Vice-Chancellors, Governing Boards, and Senior Managers Working in Further and Higher Education Institutions in England, Scotland and Wales
Getting the Best out of the Employment Experience - Guidance for Trade Unions on Supporting Members with Mental Health Problems to Resolve Workplace Issues, and How to Create a 'Mentally Healthy Workplace'
Good Medical Practice - The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) - A Brief Explanation
Goods and Services - Bringing the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) to Life for Publicans - Improving Access to Goods and Services for Disabled Customers
Goods and Services - Making a Claim Under Part 3 of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 in Scotland
Guidance on Matters to be Taken into Account in Determining Questions Relating to the Definition of Disability
Guidance on Providing British Sign Language/English Interpreters Under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - For Employers, Trade Organisations and Service Providers
Joint DRC/HSC Statement on Overarching Principles of Health and Safety Management and Disability
Legal Bulletin 12: Legacy Edition - Disability Rights Commission (DRC) Legal Achievements 2000-2007
My School, My Family, My Life - Telling it Like it is - A Study Detailing the Experiences of Disabled Children, Young People and their Families in Great Britain in 2006
News Release - DRC Response to Publication of the Final Report of the Equalities Review
News Release - Tackling Crime Against Disabled People Must Be an Urgent Priority, Says DRC
Open for All - 2004 - What It Means to You - A Guide for Service Providers
Our Rights, Our Choices - Meeting the Information Needs of Black and Minority Ethnic Disabled People Organisations - Laying the Foundations for Black and Minority Ethnic and Disability Organisations(CERES Scotland)
Planning, Buildings, Streets and Disability Equality - A Guide to the Disability Equality Duty and Disability Discrimination Act 2005 for Local Authority Departments Responsible for Planning, Design and Management of the Built Environment and Streets
Preparing and Publishing Your Disability Equality Scheme - Disability Rights Commission's Position On Single Equality Schemes
Procurement and the Disability Equality Duty - Implications of the Disability Equality Duty for Public Procurement and the Management of Public Sector Contracts
Putting Disability at the Heart of Public Policy in Scotland - Priorities for Action
Research Report - Access Improvement Applications to Listed Buildings and the Role of Local Authorities
Response to Welfare Reform
Response to the Green Paper - 'A New Deal for Welfare - Empowering People to Work'
Revised Draft Code of Practice - Trade Organisations, Qualifications Bodies and General Qualifications Bodies
SCOTEMP 1: Employment - A Guide to the Law and Best Practice for Employers - Making Rights a Reality - Scotland
Strategic Plan Executive Summary 2004-2007 - Making Rights a Reality
The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995 - What Do Guest Accommodation Owners Need to Know?
The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) and Education - Proposals for Change - Consultation
The Disability Equality Duty - Guidance for Public Authorities On How to Effectively Involve Disabled People
The Disability Equality Duty - Guidance on Gathering and Analysing Evidence to Inform Action
The Disability Equality Duty - What Does It Mean for Schools in England and Wales?
The Duty to Promote Disability Equality - Statutory Code of Practice - England and Wales
The Duty to Promote Disability Equality - Statutory Code of Practice - Scotland
The Duty to Provide a British Sign Language/English Interpreter Under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - A Quick Reference Guide for Employers, Trade Organisations and Service Providers
The Strategic Health Authorities and Disability Equality Duty
Top Tips for Small Employers - A Guide to Employing Disabled People
Understanding the Disability Discrimination Act
Using the Disability Equality Duty to Tackle Inequalities in Health and Social Care
Welfare Reform Policy Paper

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