The research project for the Disability Royal Commission produces evidence about effective policies to change attitudes towards people with disability so they are better included in society. The research uses a framework to identify effective policies at different levels of intervention: personal, organisational and structural levels.

Research methods are, first, a literature and policy review of national and international evidence on effective policies. Second, the research includes a scan of the experience of governments and the public on the effectiveness of policy to change attitudes. The scan will involve online and web-based consultations. The research identifies points for policy intervention.

Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability report page including Auslan version

Research Centre

Social Policy Research Centre

Research Area

Disability | Policy Design, Impact and Evaluation