Donald Beasley Institute (DBI) is continuing to seek disabled people to answer their questionnaire about their experiences of abortion services in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Abortion services include abortion-related mental health support or assessment, counselling, and contraception services.

The questionnaire is part of a research project that will help address disability rights, and deliver more equitable, inclusive and accessible abortion services.

The questionnaire is anonymous, and you need to be over 18 to answer it.

This video explains the importance of this research and information about the questionnaire: Abortion is a Human Right and Health Issue: Disabled People's Experience of Abortion Services (

Find out more, NZSL and accessible formats, and answer the Disabled People’s Experiences of Abortion Services in Aotearoa New Zealand questionnaire.