Members of AIDRAN support disability research processes and outcomes that are dynamic and engage with emerging local issues and concerns. We aim to expand the breadth of existing research to provide opportunities for inclusion and participation in the design, implementation and outcomes of Indonesian social policy.
Our members learn from each other’s experience as researchers, practitioners and policymakers, exchange ideas to inform innovation and inclusion and, share outcomes across Indonesia and Australia in an environment that actively supports and promotes knowledge transfer between Australia and Indonesia.
Our members work is conducted in partnership with Indonesian Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs), non-government organisations and Indonesian government agencies. Australian members work in collaborative partnership with Indonesian AIDRAN members, sharing capabilities, knowledge and skills to further the aims of disability rights, social inclusion and economic participation.