National Surveys of Public Attitudes to Disability in Ireland

National Survey of Public Attitudes to Disability in Ireland 2011

As part of NDA's strategic commitment to raising awareness and promoting positive attitudes to disability, NDA commissioned a National Survey of Public Attitudes to Disability in Ireland. The survey builds on previous surveys conducted by NDA in 2001 and 2006, and covers a range of topics including knowledge of disability and attitudes to disability within the workplace, schools and in the neighbourhood. These important findings were launched by Kathleen Lynch, T.D. Minister of State with special responsibility for Disability, Older People, Equality & Mental Health on 19 January 2012.

You can download the survey below.

National Survey of Public Attitudes to Disability in Ireland 2011

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