9 June 2011
In the final lecture of the series we attempt to draw some useful policy lessons from the preceding analysis and discussion. We begin the penultimate lecture in the series with a consideration of the data gaps that currently preclude a proper, robust understanding of the distribution and determinants of Indigenous wellbeing. We then consider possible future data sources that may fill some of these gaps including qualitative, cross-sectional, longitudinal and experimental.
|Summary & conclusions - Paper||419.77 KB|
|Summary & conclusions - Presentation (Part 1)||21.4 MB|
|Summary & conclusions - Presentation (Part 2)||8.54 MB|
|Summary & conclusions - Presentation (Part 3)||5.22 MB|
|Summary & conclusions - Presentation only (no audio)||1.16 MB|