• Corpus ID: 169627269

Indigenous Population change in the 2016 Census

  title={Indigenous Population change in the 2016 Census},
  author={Francis Markham and Nicholas Biddle},
Funding for this project was provided by the Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. 

Income, poverty and inequality

Funding for this project was provided by the Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Lung, breast and bowel cancer treatment for Aboriginal people in New South Wales: a population‐based cohort study

Aboriginal Australians have higher cancer mortality than non‐Aboriginal Australians. Lower rates of cancer treatment among Aboriginal people can contribute to this.

Indigenous residential segregation in towns and cities, 1976–2016

Indigenous people tend to live in different parts of Australian towns and cities than the non-Indigenous population. This is due to a combination of historic and contemporary government policies, the

To be or not to be Indigenous? Understanding the rise of Australia’s Indigenous population since 1971

ABSTRACT In the past half century, the Indigenous Australian population has grown at a far faster rate than can be explained by births alone, and has come to include more western-educated people

Racialized water governance: the ‘hydrological frontier’ in the Northern Territory, Australia

ABSTRACT Increased scrutiny and contestation over recent water allocation practices and licencing decisions in the Northern Territory (NT) have exposed numerous inadequacies in its regulatory

Using data linkage to enhance the reporting of cancer outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in NSW, Australia

The weight of evidence method was considered to be most suitable for population-level reporting of cancer incidence among Aboriginal people and increased the number of cancer cases and age-standardised cancer incidence rates (ASR) for Aboriginal people.

The importance of reconciliation in education

The aim of this paper is to summarise existing evidence and new analyses that shed light on the role of reconciliation in schools and early learning services in particular, and in education more

Submission to the Senate Select Committee Inquiry into the Future of Work and Workers

We are pleased to provide some input to the deliberations of the Senate Select Committee on the Future of Work and Workers that is examining the impact of technological and other change on the future



Population and Age Structure

The analysis in the series was funded by the Commonwealth Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) through the Strategic Research Project as well as

Social determinants and the health of Indigenous Australians

  • M. Marmot
  • Political Science, Medicine
    The Medical journal of Australia
  • 2011
Health is dependent on conditions that enable people to live lives they would choose to live.

Social justice and human rights: using Indigenous socioeconomic data in policy development

Generally speaking, in Australia we have not converted our international human rights obligations into domestic law and practice very well. This is particularly the case in relation to economic,

Towards a history of Indigenous statistics in Australia

In 2003, the Productivity Commission report Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage: Key Indicators 2003 demonstrated that Australia now has an extensive (though not time-deep) statistical archive through

The changing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population: evidence from the 2006–11 Australian Census Longitudinal Dataset

Abstract Populations change and grow through time. Keeping track of this change and associated improvements or worsening in outcomes is a key role for statistical agencies and researchers, and is

Citizens without Rights: Aborigines and Australian Citizenship

Introduction 1. The citzenship divide in colonial Victoria 2. Under the law: Aborigines and islanders in colonial Queensland 3. Is the constitution to blame? 4. The Commonwealth defines the

Social gradients in the health of Indigenous Australians.

Assessing evidence on social gradients in indigenous health in Australia reveals a less universal and less consistent socioeconomic status patterning in health among Indigenous Australians, and discusses the plausibility of unique historical circumstances and social and cultural characteristics in explaining these patterns.

Excluding Indigenous Australians from ‘The People’: A Reconsideration of Sections 25 and 127 of the Constitution

Until 1967, Indigenous Australians were excluded from being counted as amongst ‘the people’ in the Australian Constitution, by s 127. That section was deleted by referendum. However, s 25 remains in

Indigenous Australia, White Australia, Multicultural Australia: The Demography of Race and Ethnicity in Australia

With an estimated population of 21,875,000 in June 2009 and a surface area of around 7.7 million km, Australia is a continental-scale country with a medium sized population (Australian Bureau of

The wentworth lecture the end in the beginning: Re(de)finding aboriginality

But this takes us too far ahead in the story, towards the end, 'although the end is in the beginning' (Ellison 1952, 9). Since first contact with the colonisers of this country, Aboriginal and Torres