AUSTLANG provides information about Indigenous Australian languages which has been assembled from referenced sources. The dataset provided here includes the language names, each with a unique alpha-numeric code which functions as a stable identifier, alternative/variant names and spellings and the approximate location of each language variety.
Indigenous Affairs is developing policy to support the advancement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Establishing programs to develop, manage and deliver services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Includes protecting areas directly associated with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.
AIHW reports and other products include information about Indigenous Australians, where data quality permits. This page includes those AIHW reports that used to be found on the Indigenous health and welfare services page.
A set of national data principles endorsed by the Australian Health Ministers' Advisory Council (AHMAC) that aims to guide and improve the use of information relating to the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. The principles set out a culturally respectful foundation for the collection, storage and use of Indigenous health and health-related information.
Data involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples has many legal and ethical considerations and needs to be managed and shared with care.
Data may need to have access mediated under specific conditions relating, but this should not be a barrier to the proper handling and care.
AIHW reports and other products include information about Indigenous Australians, where data quality permits. Thus, information and statistics about Indigenous Australians can be found in most AIHW products. AIHW products that focus specifically on Indigenous Australians are captured on this page.
This collection of statistics has been chosen to highlight the current situation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia (hereon
referred to as Indigenous peoples) across a range of indicators including: health; education; employment; housing; and contact with criminal justice and welfare systems.