Lars Lindberg is Deputy Director at the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs in Sweden and works with Disability Policy Coordination in the Government Office. At the moment he is on leave of absence to work on a textbook about Swedish disability policy and to continue his studies. He has been involved in the Swedish disability movement for many years and worked for the Swedish Disability Federation between 1992-1998. In 1998 he led the work with elaborating the Swedish National Action Plan for Disability Policy. The Plan was endorsed by the Government and the Parliament in 2000 and includes several goals and tasks regarding Accessibility and Design for All. In 2000 he was appointed head of the Swedish Accessibility Centre, which task was to serve as national advisory body for accessibility issues and Design for All. The role of the centre was to coordinate, support, advise and advance efforts to make society accessible.