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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander statistics
ABS - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
Data available includes health, housing, education, crime, language, culture, population size and social issues.
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) - Indigenous Australians
Highlights on the health and welfare of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, plus access to detailed reports and statistics.
Close the Gap - 2021
Latest report on the "Closing the Gap" government strategy that aims to reduce disadvantage among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with respect to life expectancy, child mortality, access to early childhood education, educational achievement, and employment outcomes
ATSIDA (Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Data Archive)
ATSIDA is a thematic archive within the Australian Data Archive (ADA) with its datasets stored securely at the Australian National University's National Computational Infrastructure (NCI).
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Detailed information about the health status of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Indigenous health check data tool (AIHW)
This tool shows numbers and usage rates of the checks at national, state and territory and Primary Health Network levels. Charts can be customised to show different time periods and, where possible, disaggregations by age and sex.
Face the Facts: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (2014)
A summary of statistics across a range of key issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. (Australian Human Rights Commission)
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