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1370.0 - Measuring Australia's Progress, 2002  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 19/06/2002   
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Considers some of the key aspects of progress side by side and discusses how they are linked with one another. It does not purport to measure every aspect of progress that is important. Nor does it consider all of the many different ways in which parts of Australia or groups of Australians are progressing. But it does provide a national summary of many of the most important areas of progress, presenting them in a way which can be quickly understood by all Australians. It informs and stimulates public debate and encourages all Australians to assess the bigger picture when contemplating progress.





Foreword
General information
Indicators of Australia's progress
Measuring progress - an ABS approach
How the progress indicators are presented
Dimensions and indicators of progress
Population
The headline indicators
The supplementary commentaries
Appendix 1: Criteria for selecting indicators
Appendix 2: Acknowledgements
Appendix 3: Other initiatives

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