Who
We Are

The Centre for Research on Work Disability Policy (CRWDP) is a transdisciplinary initiative on the future of work disability policy in Canada

Research opportunity for young people with disabilities

What accommodations do you need for work? Complete our survey!

New
​Studies

  1. Injured Workers Who Experience Challenges Returning to Work: Pathways and Consequences. Authors: Rebecca Gewurtz, Stephanie Premji, Linn Holness
  2. Episodic Disabilities in Canada. Authors: Adele Furrie, Rebecca Gewurtz, Wendy Porch, Cameron Crawford, Maureen Haan, John Stapleton
  3. Disability Supports and Employment Policy. Authors: Sherri Torjman and Anne Makhoul (Caledon Institute of Social Policy)
  4. Safety Information under Neoliberalism: The Chilean Case. Author: Rodrigo Finkelstein
  5. Making the Law Keep Down the Costs. Why Canada's public systems designed to support unemployed workers with a disability are making the decisions that they are. Author: Andrew King, LLM
  6. Life and Work at the Margins: (Un)employment, Poverty and Activism in Canada's Disability Community Since 1966. Author: Dustin Galer
  7. Willing but Unable: A population in waiting. Authors: Adele D. Furrie, Dr. Donna S. Lero, April D'Aubin, Grace Ewles
  8. Disability Support Services in Newfoundland and Labrador and Canada: Impacts on Labour Market Participation for Individuals with Disabilities. Prepared by the SafetyNet Centre for Occupational Health and Safety in partnership with The Coalition of Persons with Disabilities-Newfoundland and Labrador (COD-NL)

CRWDP
​Governance

An overview of how we are organized

Do you have an Episodic Health Condition? Participate in the Survey!

The survey can be accessed between October and December 2016

CRWDP
National Launch

Held February 2014

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