Kim Hoque has appeared as a witness on the House of Lords Public Services Committee’s inquiry into the transition from education into employment for young […]
Work and Pensions Select Committee Plan for Jobs and Employment Support report Published
The Work and Pensions Select Committee Plan for Jobs and Employment Support report has been
published with several recommendations closely aligned to those set out in the written evidence
submitted by Disability@Work, the verbal evidence given to the Committee by Disability@Work’s
Kim Hoque; and with the Disability Employment Charter.
Kim Hoque gives oral evidence to the Work and Pensions Select Committee for its Plan for Employment and Jobs inquiry
Kim raised the Disability Employment Charter, of which Disability@Work are founder members, with the committee, as well as discussing the effectiveness of government support for […]
Response to Work and Pensions Select Committee Inquiry Report on the Disability Employment Gap published July 30th
Using research from disability@work, the Disability News Service conclude that “MPs and academics have dismissed claims by ministers in their new National Disability Strategy that […]
The long-awaited National Disability Strategy (NDS) was finally published in July 2021. disability@work provide a reflection and a formal response to this set of proposals which will guide future disability policy, particularly in relation to employment.
Professor Melanie Jones of Disability@Work gives evidence to the 2021 Work and Pensions inquiry into the disability employment gap
In her evidence Melanie highlighted the weaknesses of the current government employment commitment to get 1 million more disabled people into work, the need to […]