The experience of people with learning disabilities in England


An Equality and Human Rights Commission review highlighting the plight of people with learning disabilities, autism or both, who have been identified as one the country’s four most disadvantaged groups.

Who is it for?

This report is intended for policy makers and influencers across all sectors and the general public.

Why did the Commission produce the report?

The Equality and Human Rights Commission promotes and enforces the laws that protect our rights to fairness, dignity and respect. As part of its duties, the Commission provides Parliament and the nation with periodic reports on equality and human rights progress in England, Scotland and Wales.

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