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A disabled person is defined under the Equality Act 2010 as someone with a ‘physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long term adverse effect on that person’s ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.’
The Equality Act 2010 requires all employers to make reasonable adjustments for disabled employees.
DFID uses the social model to inform disability action planning. This means concentrating on the environment, removing barriers wherever possible that get in the way of a disabled person from doing their job. Should you be successful in your appointment to the post, do you require any reasonable adjustments to be put in place?
The Department for International Development wants to ensure that all applicants are treated equally whatever their race, colour or ethnic origin. To do this we need to know about the ethnic origin of people who apply to join us. These categories were used in the 2011 Census and are listed alphabetically. Which groups do you most identify with?
The Department for International Development wants to ensure that all applicants are treated equally whatever their sexual orientation. To do this we need to know about the sexual orientation of people who apply to join us. We should therefore be grateful if you would complete the following question. Your answer will be treated in the strictest confidence and will not affect your job application in any way.