Join us at our next Bubble Hui on Saturday 12 August to hear about Statistics NZ’s upcoming disability survey.
Following on from this year’s census is the first national disability survey since 2013. The results from the survey will give important insight into disability in New Zealand including the experiences and needs of disabled people, and how well they are faring compared with non-disabled people.
Ronelle Baker, Kaitohutohu Mātāmua | Principal Advisor – Accessibility, and her team from Statistics New Zealand will join us to discuss what to expect from the upcoming survey.
Find out more about the content of the Disability Survey 2023.
When: Saturday 12 August
What time: 1pm – 2.30pm
Where: Zoom (All DPA members will be emailed the Zoom link)
- NZSL interpreters will be present at this event.
- This is a national event and members from around the country are invited to attend.
Do you want to join in but are not a DPA member?
Joining is easy and free, you can fill in an online form to sign up. If you’re unsure whether your membership is current, simply renew your membership and the database system will work out if you’ve renewed or not.
Feedback on accessibility for 2023 Census
Stats NZ is currently evaluating the 2023 Census, including reviewing any feedback. If there is anything you'd like to share about the accessibility of the 2023 Census, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about the 2023 Census in the Stats NZ media release.