The AIHW released the following:
Australia’s welfare 2019 [11 September 2019]
Australia’s welfare 2019 is the 14th biennial welfare report of the AIHW, which was launched in Canberra by Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston, Minister for Families and Social Services. This edition introduces a new format and expanded product suite:
- snapshots: rather than the large, printed book of the past, majority of the analysis has moved online—creating snapshots on 41 different topics across eight key areas
- in brief: tells the story of welfare in Australia through key findings relating to housing, education and skills, employment and work, income and finance, government payments, social support, justice and safety, and Indigenous Australians
- data insights: original in-depth articles on selected welfare issues ranging from intergenerational disadvantage, income support, future of work, disability services, elder abuse and child well-being
- indicators: an interactive data visualisation tool for those that want more detail on indicators that measure the welfare system performance, individual and household determinants and the nation’s wellbeing.
SOURCE: AIHW. “Australia’s Welfare 2019” AIHW, 11 September 2019.
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