What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage: key learnings and gaps in the evidence 2011-12

What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage: key learnings and gaps in the evidence 2011-12 Report

  • Author(s): Closing the Gap Clearinghouse (AIHW and AIFS),
  • Published: 2013
  • 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 research and evaluation evidence on overcoming disadvantage for Indigenous Australians. This report and its appendices summarise the findings of the Clearinghouse on what works in relation to the three COAG building blocks that were the focus of the Clearinghouse in Year 3:‘early childhood’, ‘health’ and ‘safe communities’. It also draws attention to demographic and other data from a number of Australian data sets, and identifies major gaps in the evidence. The findings from research and evaluation were drawn from accumulated evidence in the Clearinghouse in the form of issues papers and resource sheets that synthesise the evidence on particular topics, and from the 264 publicly released items in the Research and Evaluation Register. More details about this evidence are provided in Section 3 of this report, and summaries of Research and Evaluation Register items classified by theme are provided in Appendices B, C and D. The building blocks addressed in previous years’ reports were ‘schooling’, ‘economic participation’, ‘healthy homes’, and ‘governance and leadership’.

Cite this document

Suggested Citation
Closing the Gap Clearinghouse (AIHW and AIFS), , 2013, What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage: key learnings and gaps in the evidence 2011-12, Volume:Closing the Gap Clearinghouse, Report, viewed 16 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=2920.

Endnote Mendeley Zotero Export Google Scholar

Share this page

Search again