Follow-up Survey on Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices towards Inclusion of Children with Disabilities

A survey to test knowledge, attitudes and practices surveys towards children with disabilities in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

A child with visual impairment is using his hands and fingers to explore a statue
UNICEF/2017/Georgiev

Highlights

In 2014 UNICEF commissioned a survey to test knowledge, attitudes and practices surveys towards children with disabilities in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The survey results served as baseline data, and contributed to designing strategic communication strategies and campaign to address barriers that prevent children from having their rights realized.

The follow-up survey aimed to measure the progress made in the field as well as to assess the influence of UNICEF and EU funded campaign “Be Fair - For Childhood without Barriers” by measuring the respondents’ exposure to it. The follow-up KAP survey results show positive and encouraging changes in knowledge and attitudes of general public in relation to children with disabilities and their integration in the society.

A front page of the publication containing a photo of a child with visual impairment exploring a statue with his hands and fingers

Author

UNICEF

Publication date

Languages

English,
Macedonian

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