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

CRWDP Webinar Series

UPCOMING! September 23, 2020 - Dana Howse (SafetyNet Centre at Memorial University & Faculty of Law at University of Ottawa). Getting to work with a physical disability and the policies and people that make a difference. 

Register in advance for this free webinar.

Webinar Series: Work Disability Management System Standard (CSA Z1011)

Centre for Research on Work Disability Policy (CRWDP), Canadian Institute for Safety, Wellness, and Performance (CISWP), and Canadian Standards Associations (CSA Group) have partnered together to provide this webinar series.

Register in advance for these free webinars.

CRWDP
Reports

1. Work disability programs in Newfoundland & Labrador and New Brunswick: Mapping eligibility criteria and identifying barriers for the employment of selected disability populations. Research Team. Nominated Principal Investigator: Stephen Bornstein​; Co-Principal Investigator: Kathy Hawkins; Co-Investigators: Barbara Neis, Rose Ricciardelli, Emily Christy, Susan Tobin; Researcher: Aleksandra Stefanovic-Chafe

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