Labour Research Disability Findings

Only 24% of adults with long-term mental health problems have jobs, the lowest employment rate for any of the main groups of disabled people. This is what Roisin Woolnough discovered researching for an article – Fighting the fear factor – in the February 2007 edition of Labour Research. Her report is based on her reading of a recent government report, Mental Health and Social Exclusion. See a summary of the government’s report at
http://www.socialexclusionunit.gov.uk/downloaddoc.asp?id=185

Recent legal changes have consolidated a decade of improved employment rights for disabled people. This comprehensive guide explains the legislation and how unions are making the most of it, and looks at new developments that could accelerate or impede progress on achieving disability equality in the workplace.
1115.jpg1115.jpg is published by the Labour Research Department, 78 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8HF, price £5.70 or £11.40 for employers or commercial organisations. LRD booklets are also available on subscription at an annual cost of £34.45 (£76.95 for employers/ commercial organisations). LRD publishes 10-11 booklets each year.

Labour Research Department is an independent think tank representing the trade union movement.

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