Search the Washington Group website

Please use this search facility to search all information found within the Washington Group website:

27 results:

From UNESCO: What We Know (And The Great Deal We Don’t) About Education And Disability

From UNESCO: What We Know (And The Great Deal We Don’t) About Education And Disability A new paper from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS), Education and Disability, presents the first…

Why Global Health And Functioning Indicators Like The GALI Are Not Suitable For Disaggregation

Why Global Health And Functioning Indicators Like The GALI Are Not Suitable For Disaggregation This blog explains why the single question on disability linked to participation that some countries…

Disability Data For Effective Policy Design: Reflections From The TEACH Project In Pakistan

Disability Data For Effective Policy Design: Reflections From The TEACH Project In Pakistan As part of the Teaching All Children Effectively (TEACH) project the University of Cambridge and IDEAS,…

The Washington Group Questions And The Disability Continuum

The Washington Group Questions And The Disability Continuum Data based on the Washington Group questions can be used in different ways to get at the diversity among persons who report a range of…

Data To Leave No One Behind And The Washington Group

Data To Leave No One Behind And The Washington Group This blog from Development Initiatives discusses how the Washington Group questions advance the goal of using data to leave no one behind. It…

Should The Washington Group Questions Determine If Difficulties Are Long-term Or Short-term?

Children with disabilities play the first game during the launching of a new soccer school in Goma’s Don Bosco college, the 24th of April 2014.

Should The Washington Group Questions Determine If Difficulties Are Long-term Or Short-term? This blog explains the reasoning behind the lack of any explicit mention of whether an activity limitation…

Training On How To Ask “Disability” Questions On Censuses And Surveys

A researcher gains informed consent from a research participant in Bangladesh. From Community Eye Health.

Training On How To Ask “Disability” Questions On Censuses And Surveys This blog entry provides information on how to train interviewers for dealing with disability in either surveys or censuses. It…

Basic Guide To Sampling For Disability Surveys

Basic Guide To Sampling For Disability Surveys This blog discusses some basic guidance on how to determine an appropriate sample size for surveys collecting information on people with disabilities.…

Using The Washington Group Questions To Monitor Inclusion Of Persons With Disabilities In Nepal, Cameroon, India And Guatemala

People being interviewed

Using The Washington Group Questions To Monitor Inclusion Of Persons With Disabilities In Nepal, Cameroon, India And Guatemala Researchers at the International Centre for Evidence in Disability used…

Cognitive Interviewing For The Washington Group

Cognitive Interviewing For The Washington Group Writing effective questions that produce reliable data requires testing. Cognitive interviewing is an important methodology for making sure that…

You are currently offline. Some pages or content may fail to load.