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What it means to identify as Indigenous in Australia, and how this might have contributed to the increase in the census

By Julie Andrews, Professor Indigenous Research & Convenor of Aboriginal Studies, La Trobe University
Francis Markham, Research Fellow, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University
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According to the 2021 Census there are now almost one million Indigenous people in Australia. Although increase in population is a reason for this, there are some other factors to consider.The Conversation

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