National Disability Research Partnership


Commencing in 2020, the National Disability Research Partnership (NDRP) has been funded by the Australian government to bring together experts in disability policy and research. The NDRP facilitates a collaborative, translational research program through partnerships between academics, people with disability, their families and carers, peak advocacy and consumer groups, governments and service providers to conduct cutting-edge policy-relevant research that enables people with disability to participate fully in society.


We need to invest in the careers of researchers and policy makers with disability

There has never been a more critical time in Australia to review, reflect and re-imagine how we collaborate with people with disability in research and policy spaces, according to this article.

Harnessing academic, advocacy, policy and industry partnerships to improve outcomes for people with disability

Across the world, people with disability were left behind in COVID-19 reflecting the lack of pandemic planning and existing problems in health care for people with disability.