Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Top Indigenous reports 2010

The influential policy website APO Online has identified the 5 most-read indigenous reports of 2010. Their top choice "8 Aboriginal ways of learning" was also the most read report on the GWAHS Libraries Blog for 2010

For full-text click on the report title on the link page below

http://www.apo.org.au/research/top-indigenous-reports-2010

Top Indigenous reports 2010 Australian Policy Online

The five most read reports, websites and commentary pieces in the Indigenous issues area in 2010 were:

1. 8 Aboriginal ways of learning
James Cook University's School of Indigenous Studies and the Western New South Wales Regional Aboriginal Education Team

2. Closing the gap on Indigenous disadvantage
Sarah Wenham, Lesley Russell | Menzies Centre for Health Policy

3. Aboriginal spirituality: Aboriginal philosophy, the basis of Aboriginal social and emotional wellbeing
Vicki Grieves | Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health

4. Indigenous education 2010
Helen Hughes, Mark Hughes | Centre for Independent Studies

5. Framework for measuring wellbeing: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, 2010
Australian Bureau of Statistics

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