Academic perspectives on The Forrest review: creating parity

23 October 2014

This compilation provides an overview of the issues and challenges identified by academics as needing to be addressed when thinking about the recommendations of the Forrest Review and the impact they could have on people's lives if implemented.​

Abstract

This CAEPR Topical Issue contains the collected works of academics engaged in the examination of The Forrest review: creating parity which was commissioned by the Prime Minister Tony Abbott to examine Indigenous training and employment in Australia. Each work represents the author's considered specialist disciplinary perspective informed by on-the-ground experience. Consequently, this paper provides an overview of the issues and challenges identified by academics as needing to be addressed when thinking about the recommendations of the Forrest Review and the impact they could have on people's lives if implemented.​

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Elise Klein, 2014, Academic perspectives on The Forrest review: creating parity, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, viewed 28 September 2016, <http://apo.org.au/node/41942>.

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