Social and Cultural Determinants

Welcome to the HealthInfoNet section about the social and cultural determinants of health, and how they impact Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Here you can find information about policies and strategies, resources, publications, programs and organisations that focus on social and cultural determinants. This section includes information on education, including early childhood education, primary and secondary school (including information on school attendance), as well as tertiary education like university. This section also covers employment and economic development, and includes information on income, unemployment and welfare. It also includes information on housing, home ownership, tenancy, and homelessness. In addition to these important social determinants of health, the section also focuses on historical and cultural factors that affect the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, including racism and discrimination, colonisation and colonialism, and Stolen Generations.

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