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On 16 November 2010, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Kevin Rudd MP, announced the Australian Government had commissioned an independent review of the Australian aid program.
The Independent Review of Aid Effectiveness Panel consisted of: Sandy Hollway AO (Chair), Professor Stephen Howes,...
To date, state and federal anti-discrimination legislation has been largely unsuccessful at challenging the gender norms and cultural inequalities that exist in Australian workplaces. There remains a significant reduction in labour force participation of women aged between 25 and 44 years, of which...
This report provides a statistical gender analysis of the composition of Australian Government boards and bodies for the period 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010.
The Australian Government is determined to see greater gender balance in the nation's top level boards...
From the Chair's forward
When considering electoral reforms, our priority must be: enfranchisement, not disenfranchisement. It is this philosophy that has guided this inquiry and is reflected in many of the Committee’s recommendations.
This report continues the tradition of examining and reporting...
This report presents the most up-to-date estimates of the number of people with diagnosed diabetes in Australia based on self-reports to the Australian Bureau of Statistics' 2007-08 National Health Survey.
The number of people with diabetes is presented by diabetes type, age, sex, state...
This publication presents estimates of the financial performance and workforce characteristics of private sector businesses and organisations involved in the provision of health care services, in respect of the 2009-10 financial year. These data are compiled from a directly collected survey conducted by the Australian...
Medical consultations over the internet just got more affordable in Australia with the federal government announcing online visits to the doctor will be funded by Medicare.
This development aims to improve access to specialist care for people in remote areas.
Dr Peter Rischbeth,...
It's coming fast, the digital hub where i-pads talk to mobile phones, computers talk to TVs, TVs have hundreds of apps, and you can choose and change with your magical remote wand.
But, big but, who is in charge of customer service for...
While the offence is certainly serious, the incidence of household burglary in NSW has fallen considerably in the past 10 years.
Aim: To examine changes in the types of objects stolen in household burglary offences.
Method: Comparison of police-recorded numbers, rates...
Every year in Australia suicide claims the lives of around 2000 Australians placing it ahead of road traffic accidents and skin cancer as a cause of death.
For young people aged 15 to 24, it is the number one cause of death. Despite this,...