All projects that use MADIP data must go through a rigorous assessment and approval process, managed by the ABS. Only authorised researchers will be granted access to de-identified MADIP data for policy analysis, research, and statistical purposes.
All projects are assessed under the Five Safes Framework. For a project to be approved, the ABS and the data custodians (the agencies that collect the data) must agree to the proposed use of the data. The project must be assessed as being in the public interest and be in accordance with the legislation of the relevant agencies. All users are legally obliged to use data responsibly for approved purposes, comply with the conditions of access, and maintain confidentiality of data.
To enquire about any of the projects listed below, including potential research collaboration, or to apply for access to MADIP data, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below is a list of approved research projects that use MADIP data, listed under the following categories:
This page will be updated on a biannual basis.