FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How can I get involved?
Soon we will hold consultation sessions to seek your ideas and feedback. Join the mailing list to be informed when these are happening. If you have a particular interest in an aspect of the work of NDRP, we would love to hear from you.
How will the stakeholder engagement happen given the disruption caused by COVID-19?
NATIONAL DISABILITY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP
Join our team of experts in disability policy and
research to help deliver a world-class disability
research and policy hub.
The National Disability Research Partnership (NDRP) brings together experts in disability policy and research to deliver a world-class disability research and policy hub. The NDRP will facilitate a collaborative, translational research program through deep engagement between academics, people with disability, peak advocacy and consumer groups, governments and service providers to conduct cutting-edge applied research to guide Australia’s commitments to enable people with disability to be full citizens.
The Partnership will be inclusive and will ensure that top researchers, who are committed to the rights and purposes of people with disability, work collaboratively with the disability community, government, advocacy bodies, the disability service sector, philanthropy and industry. The NDRP aims to build capacity and conduct high quality research to provide evidence that can be applied to solve pressing and emerging disability policy and practice challenges informed by human rights approaches and other relevant frameworks.
The NDRP will build a case through a number of core activities for sustained disability research and identify potential long-term funding streams to ensure that policy and practice reform delivers the best possible outcomes for people with disability and their families and carers into the future.
Produce a research agenda building on existing foundations that focuses on research for evidence-informed policy and practice to ensure people with disability have equal opportunities and are acknowledged as full citizens.
Map relevant research capability in Australia and propose strategies and activities for building research capacity and partnerships.
Produce a practical guide to research approaches including principles for disability-inclusive research.
Demonstrate through a select number of projects the capacity of the NDRP to work together to deliver solutions on priority issues as identified in the research agenda and inform long-term governance arrangements.
Develop and seek ratification of a future governance model for the NDRP designed to engage a range of stakeholders across the disability community, advocacy bodies, governments, philanthropy, service providers and industry which will attract future on-going, significant funding for disability research.
If you would like to provide input into the research agenda or any of the core activities outlined here, please subscribe to our mailing list and we will let you know the plan and process for collaboration.
The NDRP is uniquely positioned to make a lasting impact through deep engagement between academics, people with disability, peak advocacy and consumer groups, governments and service providers to conduct cutting-edge applied research to guide Australia’s commitments to enable people with disability to be full citizens.
But we need your help. Sign up to join the effort to help deliver a world-class disability research and policy hub.
By working together, we will have the opportunity to inform of the future of disability policy.
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