Masters research: To What Extent is the Government achieving its obligation under the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities when it comes to Employment Services?
My name is Tina O’Rahilly and I am currently studying for a Master’s in Public Policy in Dublin City University. Following a cycling accident a number of years ago where I suffered a traumatic brain injury, I now have a disability. As someone that was told they may never work again, it has led me to the area concerning people with disabilities and the services available to them when it comes to employment.
You are invited to participate in an online survey for a research paper entitled “To What Extent is the Government achieving its obligation under the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities when it comes to Employment Services?”. I am conducting this research as part of a policy analysis exercise. This survey consists of 10 questions and should not take more than 10 minutes to complete. Your replies will be anonymous and there is no option on the survey for you to put in any of your personal details. Completion of this survey is completely voluntary. Returning the survey through the submit link at the end of the survey indicates your consent for use of the answers you supply.
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