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This report examines the education and employment rates of young Indigenous people in Australia. Using Census data from 1996, 2001 and 2006, it examines trends in participation, and compares Indigenous, non-Indigenous, gender, and regional differences, for young people aged 15 to 29. Topics include: full-time...
This report contains several good practice examples of programs that are working to improve the transitions from education, training and work participation of Indigenous young people, aged 15- 29
and draws on the key insights from the How young Indigenous people are faring paper....
This report uses ABS Census data to examine and comment on changes in the education and labour force participation of young Indigenous people (15 to 19 year-olds, 20 to 24 year-olds and 25 to 29 year-olds).
This paper is complemented by a second publication,...
Closing the life expectancy gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people would deliver sizeable economic benefits and increase living standards for all Australians, according to this analysis of the economy-wide advantages from improving the quality of life of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians over the...
This paper provides a framework to enable discussions on measuring the contribution of reconciliation actions in closing the gap.
Reconciliation Australia is especially interested in ways to measure the relationship between Reconciliation Action Plans and the contribution they make to closing the gap in...
Twenty-five years after the establishment of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation (CAR), this report examines the state of reconciliation in Australia today. The report uses a five dimensional framework of reconciliation to measure and analyse Australia’s progress over this time and set out a roadmap...
This report details a symposium in October 2018 which brought together experts from around the country to discuss the ways that truth telling could support healing and reconciliation in Australia.
The Reconciliation Barometer has been tracked every two years since its launch in 2007. It measure the progress of reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non-Indigenous Australians.