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7th July 2014

Disability: A Research Study on Unconscious Bias

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Despite Government figures suggesting that two-thirds of people believe attitudes towards disabled people have improved since the London Paralympic Games in 2012, this enei study found that the UK has not seen a reduction in unconscious bias against disabled people, and instead has seen it rise.

The enei study set out to find:

  • If unconscious attitudes towards people with disabilities has changed since the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
  • If the strength of unconscious bias against disabled people is stronger than for the characteristics of gender and race.

Downloads:

enei Report - Disability: A Research Study on Unconscious Bias