The case for enabling talented, young, disabled graduates to realise their potential and reach the top

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Discussion paper
Shinkwin, Kevin; Relph, George
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1 July 2019
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Business and management
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This discussion paper reflects on the experiences of disabled graduates in the UK.

In order to level the playing field for disabled graduates, this paper calls for improvement for disabled people in the following areas; Accessible housing, accessible transport, transparency reporting, equal access to goods and services and a strategic and accountable oversight body.

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