What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage – Key learnings and gaps in the evidence 2010-11

What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage – Key learnings and gaps in the evidence 2010-11 Report

  • Author(s): Closing the Gap Clearinghouse (AIHW and AIFS),
  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare & Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Volume: Closing the Gap Clearinghouse

Abstract: The Closing the Gap Clearinghouse was established by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) to bring together evidence-based research on overcoming disadvantage for Indigenous Australians. The Clearinghouse provides access to information on what works to improve Indigenous people’s lives across the building blocks identified by COAG. The Clearinghouse collects, and systematically analyses and synthesises this evidence. This paper provides policy makers with key findings about what works, and assesses the gaps in the evidence for the following three of the seven COAG building blocks that were the focus of the Clearinghouse in Year 2: • Early childhood • Healthy homes • Governance and leadership.

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Closing the Gap Clearinghouse (AIHW and AIFS),, 2012, What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage – Key learnings and gaps in the evidence 2010-11, Volume:Closing the Gap Clearinghouse, Report, viewed 08 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=3440.

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