Contact Office for Disability Issues
The ODI cannot advise members of the public on individual issues.
You should consider contacting the Equality and Human Rights Commission if you have sent a question about civil rights or discrimination issues. Contact details can be found on their website http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/
You should contact the Department for Work and Pensions about disability and carers benefits issues or employment support http://www.dwp.gov.uk/contact-us/
If you wish to contact the Minister for Disabled People, this can be done through the following e-mail address email@example.com
And if you wish to make a request under the Freedom of Information Act, you should visit the DWP website http://www.dwp.gov.uk/freedom-of-information.
Information about the full range of government services for disabled people can be found on the Gov.uk website https://www.gov.uk/browse/disabilities
Specialist enquiries to the ODI should be directed to any of the following addresses.Fulfilling Potential sets out a cross government approach to the government’s commitment to enable disabled people to fulfill their potential and play a full role in society. Contact the Fulfilling Potential team:
The EU and International team advises on implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities. It can also assist in matters relating to European and International law.
Equality 2025 offers strategic advice at the very early stages of policy development, and in-depth examinations of existing policy areas on issues that affect disabled people.
The Right to Control team helps organisations involved in the Right to Control trailblazers.
If you have a question about ODI images on the DWP Communications Centre, please email us on:
- About the Office for Disability Issues
- About the Minister for Disabled People
- Office for Disability Issues projects
- Disability statistics and research
Beyond the Office for Disability Issues
- Contact the Equality and Human Rights Commission
- Contact the Department for Work and Pensions (including the Minister for Disabled People)
- Government Equalities Office website
- Directgov: Disabled people
- Directgov: Caring for someone
Page last reviewed: 18 December 2012