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Heather Crawford

Document: 2011 Census Papers

Using a range of data—including the newly released Australian Census Longitudinal Dataset—this report presents a profile of Indigenous tertiary students and higher educational outcomes. An earlier report in this series reported improvements in the rate of Indigenous high school completion, both in absolute terms and relative to the non-Indigenous population.

Document: Working Paper

This report examines trends in participation in vocational education and training, and attainment of vocational qualifications, among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during 2002–15. The report also investigates whether Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a higher-level vocational qualification are more likely to subsequently gain employment than those with a lower-level vocational qualification.

Document: Working Paper

This report uses data from national health and social surveys of the Indigenous population, conducted between 2002 and 2012-13, to examine whether associations of some key social determinants with selected health and wellbeing outcomes changed over that time.

Consistently during the decade, employment status and housing tenure were significantly associated with a range of health and wellbeing outcomes for the Indigenous population.

Document: 2011 Census Papers

This report uses the recently released Australian Census Longitudinal Dataset to examine transitions into and out of home ownership from 2006 to 2011 among the Indigenous population.

Although home ownership may not fit with everyone's aspirations and circumstances, analysis previously undertaken by the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research identified that Indigenous adults and children who lived in a home that was owned or being purchased by the household had improved outcomes across a range of wellbeing measures

Document: CAEPR Seminar

The 2012-13 Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey collected information from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians living in non-remote areas about whether they thought they were immediately recognisable as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, and whether they were known to be Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander among their social circles. Based on an analysis of these data, I explore the intersection of “visibility” and “identification” in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity.

Document: Staff Profile

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