Major survey of disabled Londoners launched

A major survey focusing on the rights of disabled people has
begun as part of the Disability Capital 2003 initiative set up by
London mayor Ken Livingstone.

The survey covers issues affecting Londoners including
transport, housing and discrimination. The aim is to collect
people’s views on the barriers they face in everyday life.

The results will be presented at the Disability Capital
Conference in December.


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