Plain English Summaries
Whether it’s a policy briefing, a summary or the highlights of our research findings, we’ve compiled a number of plain-language summaries to help you understand the research we’re doing, what we have found, and how we found it.
The following plain language summaries are available below:
The importance of lived expertise in tracking the health and wellbeing of Australians with disability
Precariously Placed: housing circumstances for Australians with disabilities
Inclusive City of Melbourne
(Easy English version)
The relationship between disability and suicide among Australian men
A Fair Go? Measuring Australia’s Progress in reducing disadvantage for people with disabilities
Where do people with disabilities live in Australia?
Disability-based discrimination in Australia
The impact of underemployment on the mental health of people with disability
Disability acquisition, socioeconomics and mental health
Bullying by adolescents with and without a disability
- How to design effective funding systems for people with disability?
Australia is not the only country to have adopted an individualised funding approach and there is significant evidence from other countries about these schemes.
- Equity in the National Disability Scheme
New research shows there is inequity in the distribution of funding for NDIS particpants, particularly in rural and remote Australia.