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Changes in the affordability of child care have implications for many areas of policy. From an adult’s perspective, it affects balancing work and family, participation in the labour force, participation in education and training, and community involvement. From a child’s perspective, it affects equitable access...
This bulletin provides a preview of the reporting framework and key indicators that are the basis of the report Young Australians: Their Health and Wellbeing , scheduled for release in 2007.
Analyses presented in this report show how the changes in the causes of death help to explain why we are living longer. The report describes patterns and trends in mortality over the century, highlighting the great successes but also some areas where improvements are still...
This statistical report documents morbidity and morbidity-related inequalities by area-level socioeconomic disadvantage, equivalised household income, education and occupation among infants and children, young adults, working-aged adults and older persons for the periods 1989–90, 1995 and 2001.