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Towards a performance measurement framework for equity in higher education

This report provides an overview of  the development of a potential performance measurement framework for equity in higher education (MFE) to measure progress and gaps in access to and participation in higher education for under-represented groups (Indigenous Australians, those from low socioeconomic status areas, people who live in regional and remote areas, and people with disability). Detailed information is presented on a set of 61 possible indicators organised into 3 tiers: 23 for educational attainment and outcomes (Tier 1), 9 for precursors of higher educational attainment (Tier 2), and 29 for education system performance (Tier 3).

Australia's welfare

Online version of Australia's welfare 2013 in brief.

Australia's welfare 2013

Australia's welfare 2013 is the 11th biennial welfare report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. This comprehensive and authoritative report provides an overview of the wellbeing of Australians across domains of healthy living, autonomy and participation, and social cohesion. It includes information on:population factors underpinning the demand for welfare servicesparticular needs and assistance provided to key groupsthe resourcing of welfare services in Australia. The report is accompanied by a companion mini publication, Australia's welfare 2013 in brief.

Australia's welfare 2013: in brief

Australia's welfare 2013: in brief presents selected highlights from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare's 11th biennial report on welfare services in Australia.

Australia's welfare 2011: in brief

'Australia's welfare 2011: in brief' presents selected highlights from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare's 10th biennial report on welfare services in Australia.

Australia's welfare 2011

Australia's welfare 2011 is the tenth biennial welfare report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. It is the most comprehensive and authoritative source of national information on welfare services in Australia. Topics include: children and young peopledisability and disability servicesageing and aged careinformal carershomelessnesshousing assistancecommunity services workforcewelfare expenditureindicators of Australia's welfare.

Australia's welfare 2009

Australia's welfare 2009 is the ninth biennial welfare report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. It is the most comprehensive and authoritative source of national information on welfare services in Australia. Topics include children, youth and families; ageing and aged care; disability and disability services; carers and informal care; housing and housing assistance; and homelessness.

Australia's welfare 2007

Australia's welfare 2007 is the eighth biennial welfare report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. It is the most comprehensive and authoritative source of national information on welfare services in Australia. Topics include children, youth and families; ageing and aged care; disability and disability services; housing for health and welfare; dynamics of homelessness; welfare services resources; and indicators of Australia's welfare.

Australia's welfare 2005

Australia's Welfare is the most comprehensive and authoritative source of national information on welfare services in Australia. Topics include indicators of the welfare of Australia's population, ageing and aged care services, disability and disability services, assistance for housing, services for people experiencing homelessness, and welfare services expenditure and labour force. It also features an extended chapter on children, youth and families.

Australia's welfare 2003

Australia's Welfare is the most comprehensive and authoritative source of national information on welfare services in Australia. Topics include welfare services expenditure, the welfare services labour force, children's and family services, child protection, housing assistance, services for homeless people, ageing and aged care services and disability services. Australia's Welfare 2003 also features special chapters on informal care and indicators of the welfare of Australia's population.

Australia's welfare 2001

Australia's Welfare is the most comprehensive and authoritative source of national information on welfare services in Australia. Topics include welfare services expenditure, children's and family services, child protection, housing assistance, crisis accommodation and support services, aged care services and disability services. Australia's Welfare 2001 features special chapters on the trend away from institutional care towards community-based care and on the measurement of welfare in contemporary Australia.

Australia's welfare 1999: services and assistance

The 1999 edition of Australia's Welfare is the fourth biennial welfare report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. It provides a comprehensive report on the provision of community services in Australia. It covers the need for services, their use, cost and the outcomes of service provision.

Australia's welfare 1997: services and assistance

The 1997 edition of Australia's Welfare describes the provision of welfare services in Australia and contains comprehensive information about: welfare expenditure, children's and family services, child protection, housing assistance, crisis accommodation and support services, aged care services and disability services. It also features a special chapter on families and welfare services.

Australia's welfare 1995: services and assistance

The Institute's second biennial report to Parliament on Australia's welfare services, and the most comprehensive and authoritative source of national information on welfare services in Australia-housing assistance, children's services, aged care services and disability services. The report provides details on the need for services; patterns of service use; client characteristics; costs and expenditure; and affordability, accessibility and appropriateness of services. Overall patterns of welfare expenditure and future directions in the development of national welfare statistics discussed. The essential reference on welfare statistics in Australia. Index, table, charts.

Australia's welfare 1993: services and assistance

The first biennial report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare on Australia's welfare services and assistance. This report is the first major attempt to describe the provision of welfare services in Australia and contains information on four main welfare service areas: housing assistance; children's services; aged care services; and disability services. The text is backed by 27 charts, 134 tables and 10 special information boxes. A comprehensive index and extensive reference lists are also included.