Inclusive communication

Office for Disability Issues

Inclusive communication

Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones talking

Image courtesy of The Mirror newspaper

Publication date: August 2014
Ranking: essential

In their words:

“This guidance aims to help you to:

  • communicate using inclusive language and know which words to use and avoid when writing about disability
  • include disabled people in your communications and campaigns and make sure that they’re portrayed positively and realistically
  • make sure your communications are accessible
  • choose and use appropriate communication channels to reach disabled people.”

To view the guidance go to their webpage

To obtain the guidance in an alternative format or language
Please write to:
Office for Disability Issues
Ground Floor
Caxton House
7-12 Tothill Street
London

SW1H 9DA

Email: use webform at: https://www.gov.uk/contact/govuk 

 

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