Setting an agenda for disability research in Australia: consultation report
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This report presents the results of the Phase 2b consultation conducted with 974 individuals from 21 non-government organisations (NGOs), including service providers and disabled peoples’ organisations (DPOs), the First Nations-focused National Disability Research Agenda survey and online focus groups and in-depth interviews with people with augmentative and alternative communication needs.
It is part of multi-phase research agenda setting exercise that has been conducted to understand existing disability research in Australia and consult with the disability sector to understand their priorities for disability research. This research was funded by the National Disability Research Partnership (NDRP) to underpin their development of an agenda for Australian disability research over the next decade.
This research involved three phases:
- Mapping of recent Australian research related to people with disability
- Consultation with people with disability and their representative organisations; researchers; families and supporters; service providers; governments and other stakeholders to identify key issues. The consultation included a survey.
- Synthesis and refinement of findings from the first two phases to contribute to setting an agenda for disability research in Australia.
Phase 1 report: Mapping disability research in Australia 2018-2020 https://apo.org.au/node/316397
Phase 2a report: Survey results https://apo.org.au/node/319356
Phase 3 report: Synthesis and refinement https://apo.org.au/node/319360
National Disability Research Partnership: preliminary research agenda https://apo.org.au/node/321114