Sharing knowledge about what works to address Indigenous justice issues.

Research and evaluations

Assessing the evidence on Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes : a focus on the 2002 NATSISS / edited by B H Hunter

TitleAssessing the evidence on Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes : a focus on the 2002 NATSISS / edited by B H Hunter
Author(s)Hunter, Boyd H; Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research;
Date2006
DescriptionThis monograph presents the refereed and peer-reviewed edited proceedings of the conference on Indigenous Socioeconomic Outcomes : Assessing Recent Evidence. Organised by the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, the conference was held in Canberra in August 2005. It aimed to present the latest evidence on Indigenous economic and social status, and family and community life, and discuss its implications for government policy. While the main focus was on analysing the 2002 NATSISS outputs, many presentations provided an assessment of changes in Indigenous social conditions over time and examined how Indigenous people fared vis-a-vis other Australians in other statistical collections. (Foreword, edited.)
Publication detailsAustralian National University,
Subject(s)Social conditions; Criminal justice system; Drugs and alcohol;
URL(s)http://epress.anu.edu.au/caepr_series/no_26/pdf/c26-whole.pdf
Related itemsSubstance use in the 2002 NATSISS (Publication); Crime and justice issues (Publication);