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?
Learnings and recommendations report
We are pleased to share our National Disability Research Partnership Learnings and Recommendations report. The report has recommendations for setting up and running a National Disability Research Partnership. It is based on feedback from the disability community and a range of other stakeholders who have contributed during our Establishment Phase.
Read our blog post about the release of the report here: A step closer to inclusive disability research.
The report is available in three formats:
Governance recommendation: who should run the NDRP and how?
This outlines our recommendations for who should run the NDRP, how and why – known as our governance approach. It is designed to reflect the NDRP Principles and includes recommendations on corporate structure, membership, the Board, Board committees and intellectual property. It should be read together with the Learnings and Recommendations report.
Read the report here:
Governance recommendation: who should run the NDRP and how? Full report (PDF)
Preliminary research agenda
The NDRP research agenda is being developed to guide the allocation of research funding by the NDRP over a ten-year time period. it will outline the priority topics and themes that are important to the disability community. Once complete, the NDRP research agenda will be the foundation for the NDRP to deliver on its vision. We have developed this preliminary research agenda to help inform the final agenda. It draws on findings from a three-phase agenda-setting research project.
Read the reports below or click here for more information: preliminary research agenda
Building disability research capacity
One of the aims of the National Disability Research Partnership is to build disability research capacity. First we clarified what we mean by research capacity, then we asked people what good research capacity would look like, and now we are developing a plan for how we can get there.
Read the reports here: Disability research capacity
This is a simple outline of what people told us about how to make the NDRP work well. Click here to read what people told us: feedback summary
These are the next stages for the NDRP. Check our website regularly or subscribe to our newsletter for updates.
Call for nominations for Directors and election process.
Launch of NDRP
NDRP Board announced and NDRP officially launched