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Australian Reconciliation Barometer

AUSTRALIAN RECONCILIATION BAROMETER

The Australian Reconciliation Barometer is a national research study that looks at the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians.

Designed to be repeated every two years; the Barometer explores how we see and feel about each other, and how these perceptions affect progress towards reconciliation.

The 2012 Barometer revealed that most Australians believe the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians is important, however only around half believe it is strong and improving.

Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2012
Download the Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2012 Report
Download the Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2012 Report by Auspoll
Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010
Download the Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010 Report
Download the Australian Reconciliation Barometer key findings fact sheet
Download the Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010 Media Release
Download the Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010 Q&A
Download the Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010 Poster
2010 case studies:

Case Study 1 – Indigenous Culture is important
Case Study 2 – The Relationship is important to us
Case Study 3 – Trust between both groups is low
Case Study 4 – We don?t think the media presents a balanced view
Case Study 5 – We don?t know a lot about Indigenous culture
Case Study 6 – Business plays an important role in reconciliation
Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2008
Download the Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2008

2008 reports:

Executive summary
Full comparitive report
Indigenous report
National sample report
2008 supporting materials:

Media Release
FAQs on the Barometer
Barometer Brochure

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