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Social exclusion monitor bulletin June 2015

22 Jul 2015
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The latest analysis of social exclusion shows that about five per cent (about 825,000) of Australians aged over 15 are deeply excluded and almost one per cent (150,000) are deeply excluded. The Social Exclusion Monitor, developed since 2008 by the Brotherhood of St Laurence and the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research uses data collected in the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics Survey. Detailed analysis also reveals that the sources of social exclusion are different for young people (15–24 years) compared with older adults (over 55 years), and that women are more deeply excluded than men, especially in older age-groups. 

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