The urban and regional segregation of Indigenous Australians: Out of sight, out of mind?


Contrary to popular belief, the majority of Indigenous Australians live in cities and towns rather than remote areas of the country, yet remain segregated and ‘invisible’ from the daily lives of non-Indigenous Australians. This resource provides an overview and analysis of the location of Indigenous peoples in Australia. It includes commentary on the recent ?intervention? in the Northern Territory, and analysis of the policy implications.

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