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Time to Listen

Cape York Partnership
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Ever since the Federation of Australia, a plethora of politicians, academics and media personalities have opined and commentated on Indigenous Australian affairs. But amongst the discourse, whether it be formalised debate or discordant blither, one voice has been notably absent: the collective voice of First Nations people. As of 2020, First Nations peoples comprise just 3.3% of the Australian population. Yet they represent 29% of the incarcerated Australian population, including an estimated 46% of the incarcerated juvenile population. First Nations children also represent approximately 37% of Australian children in foster care. They suffer a suite of disparate mortality statistics and morbidity factors in comparison to the non-Indigenous population. They also enjoy far less participation in home ownership, education attainment and leadership positions, and even as all these gaps begin to show signs of narrowing, other contemporary socioeconomic gaps begin to yawn. Are First Nations v... more


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 12 ratings
  • Learn a lot

    Thank you for this podcast. As a student of public health in Australia, Indigenous health is a major focus of our study. This podcast really imbues the theory I’m learning with actual initiatives and issues in local communities. It’s very engaging and informative. Everyone should have a listen to get insight into sometimes invisible issues facing our local Aboriginal communities.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia2 years ago
  • Love It. Vital space for most needed voices to be heard.

    This is brilliant. This is what is needed to be shared, learnt, heard, understood and honoured. Great work CYP. Looking forward to hearing more.

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