Attaining equity: an assessment of Federal Government programs release_inovuwgsjfh2hlyvrji74e2okq

by Stephen Rimmer

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2017  

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The Australian Federal Government is strongly committed to eliminating discrimination against women, non-English-speaking-background migrants, disabled people and aborigines in education, employment and access to government services. Despite this commitment, data which might serve as indicators of discrimination are poor. The same is true of data which might indicate progress towards the elimination of discrimination. Nonetheless, women and migrants appear to be doing well. Government, however, has not recognised this. Agencies continue to press for further anti-discrimination measures. Copyright. Monash University and the author/s
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