The approach on disability policy has evolved in recent years. Its starting points are the fundamental and human rights as well as the development of society according to the principle of mainstreaming. Finland's Disability Policy Programme includes over a hundred concrete measures that aim at developing all the policy sectors by promoting the rights of persons with disabilities and by tackling existing drawbacks. The measures of the programme are ambitious, and the aim is that the disability policy of the future is based on responsibility, collaboration and sustainability. The programme offers support and direction to municipal and regional disability policy. It also offers a tool for an extensive national promotion and implementation of the United Nations Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.