Dashboard

From this Dashboard, you can access available data on the targets agreed as part of the National Agreement on Closing the Gap. To use this Dashboard, click on one of the Priority Reform areas or socioeconomic outcome areas below.

What's new

For the latest Dashboard update (June 2022), a new year of data is available for three socioeconomic outcome area targets, and data disaggregations. The three outcome areas with new target data are:

In addition to the targets, each Priority Reform area and socioeconomic outcome area includes multiple indicators to be reported against. For this latest Dashboard update, reporting has commenced for 20 indicators across these areas.

Open the toggle below for a table which outlines the targets and indicators with new information for the June 2022 Dashboard update.

Targets/indicators with new material for June 2022 Dashboard update.

Only areas with new material in this update are included in the table below.

Area Target/Indicator What’s new
Priority Reform 1 Indicator 1c People reporting they are able to have a say in their community Specification added noting development work required
Indicator 1d People reporting improvements in their community Specification added noting development work required
Priority Reform 2 Indicator 2d People reporting fewer barriers in accessing services Specification added noting development work required
Priority Reform 3 Indicator 3e People reporting experiences of racism Specification added noting development work required
Indicator 3f People who identify as feeling culturally safe in dealing with government institutions Specification added noting development work required
Socioeconomic outcome 1 Indicator 1e Access/use of health services Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 2 Target 2 Healthy birthweight Revised 2017 state/territory (baseline) data and small subset of other data and state/territory assessments of change
Indicator 2d Use of antenatal care Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 3 Target 3 Early childhood education in the year before full time schooling New year of data
Indicator 3b Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early childhood education and care service providers Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 4 Target 4 Children assessed as developmentally on track Revised method for measure and new year of data
Socioeconomic outcome 6 Indicator 6a Higher education commencement, attrition and completion rates Specification and data
Indicator 6c VET commencements, attrition and completion rates Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 7 Indicator 7a Proportion of youth not engaged in employment, education or training Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 8 Indicator 8d Employment by occupation Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 9 Indicator 9e Acceptable standard of housing Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 11 Target 11 Young people in detention New year of data
Indicator 11c Alleged young offenders involved in police proceedings Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 12 Indicator 12b Out-of-home care Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 13 Indicator 13c Family violence before entry to out-of-home care Specification added noting development work required
Socioeconomic outcome 14 Indicator 14e Barriers accessing health services Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 15 Indicator 15a Land and water ownership Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 16 Indicator 16e Accessing Commonwealth funded Indigenous language centres Specification and data
Socioeconomic outcome 17 Indicator 17e Using the internet to access government services Specification and data

Who to contact

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For background information please contact Catherine Andersson, Assistant Commissioner on (03) 9653 2354 / ctg.data@pc.gov.au

Priority Reforms

Socioeconomic outcome areas

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