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General Assembly adopted the World Programme of Action Concerning Disabled Persons (WPA) which made explicit recommendations for the purposes and uses of disability statistics. The WPA followed the 1981 International Year of Disabled Persons, during which activities underscored the importance of approaching disability from a human rights perspective. The WPA also endorsed this approach, stressing the principle that persons with disabilities be treated not in isolation, but within the normal context of all persons in the community.
1 I use single quotes to show that these are not acceptable category terms or a valid question. 2 Cross-National Issues in Disability Data Collection 17 The second dilemma of disability statistics is that of the survey context where the majority of disability measures are applied. One of the features of surveys is the ‘systematic [measurement] … of the same set of properties or variables, for each of a number of cases’ (Scott and Morrison 2007: 233). This requires a standard set of questions to be applied to a sample of respondents in the same manner, and the resulting data being analysed on the same way.