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4102.0 - Australian Social Trends, Dec 2009  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 10/12/2009   
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AUSTRALIAN SOCIAL TRENDS: SEMINAR SERIES

The first of four issues of Australian Social Trends 2009 (AST) was released on 25 March 2009. The publication is now available quarterly after being issued annually from 1994 to 2008. AST aims to provide a snapshot of particular aspects of Australian society and how things have changed over time. In the course of a year, articles will cover a wide range of areas of social concern including: population, family and community, health, education and training, work, economic resources, housing, crime and justice, environment, transport and communication.

Throughout the year a series of seminars will be presented and the slides will be made available on this web page. This follows a successful 2008 Australian Social Trends seminar series.


Presentation to Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR)
CANBERRA, ACT
Seminar presented by Dr Paul Jelfs, 6th May 2009
DEEWR AST 2009 seminar.pptDEEWR AST 2009 seminar.pdf

Presentation to Centrelink
CANBERRA, ACT
Seminar presented by Linda Fardell, 27th May 2009
Centrelink AST 2009 seminar.pptCentrelink AST 2009 seminar.pdf

Open presentation at the Australian Bureau of Statistics South Australian Office
ADELAIDE, SA
Seminar presented by Dr Paul Jelfs, 13th August 2009
IPAA AST 2009 seminar.pptIPAA AST 2009 seminar.pdf

Presentation to the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA)
PERTH, WA
Seminar presented by Dr Paul Jelfs, 14th August 2009



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