The opinions of Indigenous Australians viewed through a population lens: the Reconciliation Barometer
It is unavoidable that in discussions of Indigenous affairs we will refer to what Indigenous Australians think and want, but against what ‘evidence’ should we assess such representations? Since 2008 Reconciliation Australia has conducted a biennial survey, the Reconciliation Barometer, as a way to quantify Indigenous and ‘General Community’ opinion relevant to ‘reconciliation’. This paper examines findings on ‘historical acceptance’ and ‘trust’. Why does a minority of Indigenous respondents not...[Show more]
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