In 2008, as part of its work to achieve equality for disabled people by 2025, the Government published a series of reports from 11 Secretaries of State, the Office for Disability Issues’ (ODI) annual report and additional research about the Disability Equality Duty.
The reports by the 11 Secretaries of State are the first of their kind. They identify progress towards disability equality made by each department and where there are still issues to address. They also show how departments and public bodies will work strategically to introduce mechanisms for change. An overview by the ODI highlights key findings in each of the Secretary of State reports.