|Titre||Monitoring and evaluation in disability-inclusive development: ensuring data about disability-inclusive development contributes to inclusion.|
|Type de Publication||Report|
|Année de Publication||2016|
|Langue de Publication||eng|
|Mots-clés||Australia, Cultural aspects, Disability, Inclusion, Inclusive development, Monitoring and evaluation|
This paper seeks to raise issues associated with the purposes of data collection, instruments for measurement, approaches to data collection and analysis and implications for the lives of people with disabilities in societies where aid programs are delivered. Importantly, the paper contextualises these ideas within settings relevant to Australian aid organisations. This includes approaches which aim to achieve change (i.e. more disability inclusive societies), ideas about how change happens in diverse cultural contexts, different approaches to monitoring and evaluation, and the practices related to data collection, analysis and use.
|Link to full text||http://www.addc.org.au/documents/resources/rhodes-disability-and-data-august-2016-final_1659.pdf|