The goal of the CDPA was to create and mobilize new knowledge about disability policy in Canada. Below are a number of vehicles we have used to share information about our work and the results of our research. For a summary of all of the knowledge mobilized between 2009 and 2014 see an abstract of the final report to Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council by clicking here.
- Newsletters: Our primary knowledge mobilization strategy has been a remarkably successful newsletter that currently reaches about 500 disability scholars, advocates and decision-makers around the world.
- Presentations: CDPA researchers have presented to governments, to disability partners and to academic conferences.
- Publications: A number of peer-reviewed publications in scholarly journals have arisen from the work of the CDPA.
- Position papers & policy briefs: This section includes discussion papers prepared for particular policy-related topics or audiences.
- Policy Scans: The CDPA has produced a number of cross-jurisdictional policy scans, using the Disability Policy Lens and scoping methodology.