The London Assembly Economy Committee is currently looking at the disability employment gap and wants to know more about how this affects Londoners at work or trying to find work.
In London, 51.4% of people with a disability are employed, compared to 78.4% of all Londoners.
What do you think are the challenges disabled people face when looking for work? What support do you think they need? Do you know of any recent examples of good, innovative practice in supporting disabled people into work – either among employers or employment support providers?
We’re particularly interested to hear about the experiences of Londoners with a disability, or living with someone who has a disability.