Issues surrounding disabilities need to move higher up the political agenda.
That is according to one campaigner in Jersey, who says the government needs a spokesperson to speak on behalf of people with disabilities within the States.
Guernsey introduced its disability strategy in 2013. Five years on and only three of its 13 priorities are on track. The States is currently working on a new over-arching law similar to those in Ireland and Australia, to cover a range of areas including disability. If it all goes through, it should come into effect by 2020.
Jersey introduced its strategy last year. A full review will take place in 2022. Meanwhile, Jersey's discrimination laws changed this year, to include disability alongside other protected characteristics, such as gender or age.
- WATCH: Our political corespondent Clare Burton speaks to Jersey's Chief Minister about the island's disability strategy...