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How to Foster and Measure Social Inclusion. NatStats08 20 November 2008 Melbourne Professor Fiona Stanley AC Director Telethon Institute for Child Health Research Chair Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth. Australia: Growing old and growing young.

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How to foster and measure social inclusion

How to Foster and Measure

Social Inclusion

NatStats08

20 November 2008

Melbourne

Professor Fiona Stanley AC

Director Telethon Institute for Child Health Research

Chair Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth


How to foster and measure social inclusion

Australia:

Growing old and growing young


How to foster and measure social inclusion

1Persons aged 18+ for every 0-17 year old


Oecd istanbul declaration 30 june 2007

OECD Istanbul Declaration30 June 2007

EC, OECD, OIC, UN, UNDP, WB, WHO, UNICEF and pother global organisations

  • Measurements of progress go beyond GDP per capita (eg MDGs)

  • Societal welfare (wellbeing) dependent on evidence based and accountable policy making

  • Statistical indicators (social, environmental, economic) disseminated to citizens enables democracy

  • Official statistics are a key ‘public good” to foster progress of societies.


How to foster and measure social inclusion

Examining five discrete roles within a national innovation system:

Science intensive innovation

Advancing frontier science and knowledge

Creating or transforming industries

Solving major national and global challenges

Technology intensive innovation

Knowledge intensive innovation

Delivering

incremental

innovation for

industry

Delivering community solutions

Society oriented

(Public good research and

innovation)

Industry oriented

Adapted from CSIRO, Stokes, etc


Public sector innovation our public sector making it the world s best

Public Sector InnovationOur public sector. Making it the world’s best

  • A Public Sector Innovation Advocate

  • Information flows across

    • Government departments

    • Companies/ market place

    • To engage the public

  • Changing the culture to demand and use evidence base, share data and information - innovation KPI’s for departments.


Collaborations for innovation success

Collaborations for Innovation Success

National (get our house in order)

  • To serve a NATIONAL agenda and to effectively collaborate internationally

    • Encourage and concentrate national capacity for excellence in research and its use

    • National Priority Research Centres focusing on national challenges (climate change, water, environment, mental health and Aboriginal MCH)


Collaborations for innovation success1

Collaborations for Innovation Success

  • From Data to Wisdom: National Information Strategy

    • To share all research and agency data

    • Use and re-use scientific information

    • Protect and make available all data assets (research, Govt data, universities, institutes including Indigenous)

    • Innovative methods to access and use (eg. spatial analysis, privacy)

    • International best practice


Data to wisdom

Data to Wisdom

Our Vision

Australia is managing increasing volumes and complexity of data to

enhance our country’s scientific, economic and social prosperity and

to protect it from threats


Aracy report card

ARACY Report Card


How to foster and measure social inclusion

AEDI

A national performance information framework

Australian Early Development Index $15.9 million over 4 years

National Census 2009

Provides governments and communities with an understanding of the school readiness of young children entering their first year of formal schooling

Based on 5 domains – health, social, emotional, communication and cognition

Will assist targeting interventions to improve development of children in a community

Source: Dept of Education, Employment & Workplace Relations


How to foster and measure social inclusion

Australian Early Development Index

Communities 2004 - 07


How to foster and measure social inclusion

Maternal and Child Health Research Database 1980-2003

Birth

Registrations

Death

Registrations

Midwives

Birth Defects Registry

Census GIS

code

Birth Linkage

Cerebral Palsy Register

Sibships

All Hospitalisations

0 - 18 years

Cohort Studies

Twins Register

Child Health Surveys

Mental health

Register


Linkage

Linkage

HEALTH DATA

Birth Registrations

1980 - 2005

Midwives’ Notifications

1980 - 2005

Hospital Morbidity

1970-2005

Mental Health Clients

1970- 2005

CHILD PROTECTION DATA

Child protection

Notifications

1990 - 2005

Substantiated Allegations

1990 - 2005

Periods of Care

1990-2005

Master Links

File

Source: O’Donnell 2008


Linkage1

Linkage

HEALTH DATA

Birth Registrations

1990 - 1997

Midwives’ Notifications

1990-1997

EDUCATIONAL DATA

WALNA

1999-2005

Master Links

File

SOCIAL DATA

(neighbourhood

characteristics)

ABS Census

1990, 1996, 2001

Source: Malacova et al, Am. J. Epi. 2008


How to foster and measure social inclusion

“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.”Nelson Mandela


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