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The MRS Unlimited Steering Group presents a range of helpful resources to help guide you through disability inclusive leading practices. We are a driving force for disability inclusive research and researchers globally serving the market research sector, businesses, and of course the people who give into the research sector. 

If you would like the MRS Unlimited team to share and show how resources can be implemented into your business please contact us to arrange digital or in person sessions. 

Please note that this is a work-in-progress resource page with uploads happening monthly. 


Creative differences - by Universal Music UK

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The handbook highlights that while nearly all creative companies recognise the value of neurodiversity in the workplace only very few have neurodivergent-friendly policies and practices in place. It goes on to provide a range of practical solutions companies can adopt to make their workforces more accessible in areas including recruitment, mentorship and career progression.

MRS Unlimited see this as a resource to inspire other businesses to start thinking about actively implementing neurodivergent-friendly policies into their market research practices. You may find that running a project that others can get behind will drive businesses closer to inclusion and the inclusion pledge.

Channel 4 - Mirror on Neurodiversity

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At Channel 4, we’ve been running our award winning ‘Mirror on the Industry’ project for 5 years. This is a study that audits TV advertising to see how diverse and representative it really is. We are now building on the project with the ‘Mirror on…’ series. A series of individual reports that take a closer look at some of the topics we evaluate in the wider study and dig deeper into the feelings and perceptions of our audiences. Following our Body Diversity and Women’s Safety reports in 2022, the next topic we’re exploring in this series is Neurodiversity. Our Mirror on the Industry part 3 research found that only 1 in 1,000 ads audited featured neurodiverse representation, highlighting the need to better understand the importance and challenges of authentically representing neurodivergent individuals and explore practical solutions for addressing them. Our aim, through this report, is to shine a light on this currently marginalised, excluded and commonly stereotyped group; underlining the need for advertisers and brands to go beyond physical disability, better design for disability inclusion and achieve accessibility on a holistic level.

CALM’s Guide to Neurodiversity

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