Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2012: An overview

Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2012: An overview Report

  • Author(s): Reconciliation Australia
  • Published: 2013

Abstract: The Australian Reconciliation Barometer is a biennial national research study that measures the progress of reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous Australians. First conducted in 2008, the 2012 Australian Reconciliation Barometer is the third study in the series. If we are to build better relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and non-Indigenous Australians we must first understand the underlying values and perceptions that shape this relationship. As the study continues we will be able to track changes in these values and perceptions. This overview highlights key findings of the 2012 Australian Reconciliation Barometer, conducted for Reconciliation Australia by Auspoll and completed in September 2012. To read the full report, go to www.reconciliation.org.au.

Notes: To read the full report, go to www.reconciliation.org.au

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Reconciliation Australia, 2013, Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2012: An overview, Report, viewed 13 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=2836.

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