Doing research inclusively: co-production in action
This guide has been developed for academic researchers at UNSW Sydney and beyond, people with lived experience of disability, disability organisations, and other stakeholders who understand and appreciate the importance of co-producing research together with people who have lived experience of disability.
Police responses to people with disability
This project targets critical knowledge and practice gaps to build the Commission’s knowledge and evidence base about police processes, interactions and responses to people with disability, and how they can be improved.
Doing research inclusively: guidelines for co-producing research with people with disability
Providing key benefits, principles and strategies that underpin co-producing research with people with disability, these guidelines have been developed for academic researchers; people with disability; disability organisations; and other stakeholders.
Lifecourse institutional costs of homelessness for vulnerable groups, 2012
There is a lack of empirical research in Australia examining the lifecourse institutional costs associated with vulnerable people who are homeless. The study presented here has developed pathway costings using the Mental Health and Cognitive Disability in the Criminal Justice System (MHDCD) Dataset that contains...