Outcome area Community attitudes

Desired outcome: A positive attitude towards people with disability so that they are respected, valued, and included in the communities they belong to.

Future data development

In 2023, the new Australia’s Disability Strategy Survey will provide data on the measures under the Community Attitudes outcome area.

About future data development

Priorities

  • Helping more employers understand the benefits of employing people with disability

  • Helping more workplaces to have positive attitudes towards people with disability

  • Supporting more people with disability to become leaders in workplaces

  • Making sure people with disability feel respected and valued by their community

Status key

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  • Progress Used where there are 2 or more data points, including at least one data point after the start of the Strategy (December 2021), and the measure is moving in the direction the Strategy wants to see.
  • Regress Used where there are 2 or more data points, including at least one data point after the start of the Strategy (December 2021), and the measure is not moving in the direction the Strategy wants to see.
  • No change Used where there are 2 or more data points, including at least one data point after the start of the Strategy (December 2021), and the latest data are similar to the baseline.
  • Status not known yet Used when there is not enough data available yet to report on progress. This occurs when there is only one data point available (usually the baseline) or data after the start of the Strategy (December 2021) is yet to become available.
  • Confidence status Added to indicate that care should be taken when looking at a reported status as there is some uncertainty in the data.