Organisation

CRC for Aboriginal Health

Report

The impact of racism on Indigenous health in Australia and Aotearoa: towards a research agenda

Indigenous Australians and Maori have higher levels of ill health and mortality than non Indigenous people. The disadvantage suffered by Indigenous peoples is associated with racism, colonisation and oppression. Although several recent national and international reports have shown a link between racism and public health...
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Indigenous health and education: exploring the connections

The study which is the subject of this report was initiated to provide a greater opportunity for Indigenous people themselves to develop and articulate their own theories about the relationship between their education and health. This was to provide the basis from which practical strategies...
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Beyond bandaids: exploring the underlying social determinants of Aboriginal health: papers from the Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health Workshop, Adelaide, July 2004

Contributors to this Workshop presented a perspective on how a range of social and economic factors, including culture, law, education, employment, models of governance, and social and community interactions, affect the health of Indigenous Australians. They also suggests fruitful directions for further inquiry into how...