Submissions of evidence: Focus on accessibility

Submissions of evidence: Focus on accessibility

Here are some of our policy submissions that considered accessibility:

  • Hart, A., Flegg, M. (2020). Disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on people with disabilities: Follow up.  Women’ and Equality Commission Unequal Impact Inquiry. Submitted October 1st, 2020.  Online:
  • Hart, A., Dunham, V., Flegg, M., Beswick, C., Rodriguez, Wigglesworth, P., (2020).  Submission of evidence on the disproportionate impact of COVID-19, and the UK government response, on people with disabilities.  Women’s and Equality Commission Inquiry.  Submitted 30th April, 2020.  Online:
  • Hart, A., Gibbs, O., Valentine, P., Zakubinska, L., Aoslin, D., Eaglestone, A., Foster, K. Bland, K., Harrison, EM., Flegg, M., Richardson, S.,  Wood, J., Fletcher, A., Wigglesworth, P., (2020).  The Economic Impact of Covid-19 on Young People. Youth Affairs APPG’s Economic Impact Inquiry. Submission 15th September 2020. Online:
  • Hart, A., Flegg, M., Rodriguez, K., O’Keefe, A., Erlacher, V., Eryigit-Madzwamuse, S., Wigglesworth, P., Richardson, S., Gordon, R.,. (2020).  Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing- submission of evidence.  The House of Lords COVID-19 Committee.  Submitted November 17th, 2020.  Online:
  • Wrigglesworth, P., Flegg, M. Eryigit-Madzwamuse, S., Cameron, J., Morris, R., Mezes, B., Hatfield, D., Dunham, V., Slater, R., Gibbs, O., Brinton-Clarke, L., Pritomanova, I., Hart, A. (2021). State of the Nation Report: Addressing the National Syndemic: Place-based problems and solutions to UK health inequality. Submission to the Health Inequalities Roundtable. Public Policy Institute.  Submitted 27th August, 2021.  Online:
Living online: The long term impact on wellbeing – Submission of evidence

Living online: The long term impact on wellbeing – Submission of evidence

In this submission to The House of Lords a bunch of us with different experiences shared our thoughts around how individuals and groups can better access online environments. We suggested the government may potentially help people access the digital world by improving digital inclusivity, accessibility, and data accountability.

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