Hunter, Boyd

Authors: Hunter, Boyd

Indigenous poverty is clearly entrenched and often different in nature to that experienced by other Australian poor. This paper examines recent evidence on Indigenous poverty and social exclusion and attempts […]

Authors: Hunter, Boyd

The terms ‘social exclusion’ and ‘social inclusion’, which originally were largely developed in the European context, were intended to provide a contrast to the notion of poverty that focused excessively […]

Indigenous Australian females are under-represented in the Australian labour force and in employment. According to the population census of 2006, 49% of Indigenous females were in the labour force compared […]

This study uses the 2002 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey (NATSISS) to examine the economic and social factors that underpin Indigenous contact with the criminal justice system. […]