By B H Hunter
This monograph provides the peer-reviewed lawsuits of the CAEPR convention on Indigenous Socioeconomic results: Assessing fresh proof, held on the Australian nationwide college in August 2005. It offers the most recent facts on Indigenous fiscal and social prestige, and relations and group lifestyles, and discusses its implications for presidency coverage. the focus of this quantity is on analysing the 2002 nationwide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey (NATSISS) outputs and concerns approximately the way to interpret the information. It additionally deals a few overview of adjustments in Indigenous social stipulations over the years and examines how Indigenous humans fared vis-?-vis different Australians in different statistical collections. The dialogue of the large Indigenous coverage context through 3 popular Indigenous Australians—Larissa Berhendt, Tom Calma, and Geoff Scott—explores various views.
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Accessibility of survey data has been enhanced for academic and other researchers via the Australian Vice-Chancellors Committee (AVCC) agreement on data access and by the introduction of the Remote Access Data Laboratory (RADL). However, this enhancement is unlikely to benefit most Indigenous stakeholders, given the technical capabilities required and the fact that access to the CURF costs $8000 for non-AVCC authorised users. Conclusion Without pre-empting the directions that discussions at this conference might take, we conclude with just a few complex issues of statistics and Indigenous public policy for consideration over the next two days.
18 Assessing the evidence on Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes The SCRGSP is quite cautious in its use of 2002 NATSISS information, suggesting that: • • • it is not comparable with earlier 2001 Census outcomes it comes from a period before the adoption of the reporting framework by governments, and it would not be reflecting outcomes from more recent interventions. Nevertheless, the SCRGSP uses 1994 NATSIS and 2002 NATSISS information to make some broad observations about what has improved and what has not, although also basing much of its analysis on administrative data.
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