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Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage: Key Indicators 2014

Type of Publication: Research report

Lead Organisation: The Productivity Commission

Year Published: 2014

Lead Researcher: The Productivity Commission

The Productivity Commission’s Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage report measures the wellbeing of Australia’s Indigenous peoples. The report provides information about outcomes across a range of strategic areas such as early child development, education and training, healthy lives, economic participation, home environment, and safe and supportive communities. It also examines whether policies and programs are achieving positive outcomes for Indigenous Australians.

The video below provides a quick overview of the report’s key findings. The full report is available on the Productivity Commission website; however chapters 7 (Education and training) and 13 (Measuring multiple disadvantage) are available below, for your convenience.

Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage Report 2014 – Chapter 7 – Education and training (1.33Mb)

Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage Report 2014 – Chapter 13 – Measuring multiple disadvantage (646Kb)

Posted 23 November 2014