This publication, oriented to statisticians, provides guidelines and principles for collecting, compiling and disseminating statistics on persons with disabilities. Examples are included from both developing and developed countries. Although technical in approach, this publication is useful to managers of disability programmes, as they are essential partners in developing objectives for a data collection activity and the use of the resulting data. Researchers in the disability field may also benefit from the general information on methods.The present publication provides technical guidance to help countries respond to the growing demand for data. ... While the ICF classification has been finalized, Guidelines could not fully reflect the methods required to implement the ICF inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Guidelines and Principles for the Development of Disability Statistics|
|Author||:||United Nations. Statistical Division|
|Publisher||:||New York : United Nations - 2001|