Contents1 about2 what aracy does21 report card: the wellbeing of young australians (2013)3 see also4 external links about the australian research alliance for children and youth (aracy) progresses and promotes evidence-based programs and strategies to improve the wellbeing of children and young people. The 2018 aracy report card shows that in an international context, australia can best be described as “middle of the road”, with no improvement observed since the 2013 report card while australia fares well in areas such as parent engagement and substance use, we are placed in the bottom third of organisation for economic co-operation and development countries for food security and jobless families.
Aracy's 2018 report card examines the wellbeing of young australians, updating the previous editions released in 2013 and 2008 this webinar, presented by data analyst kate sollis and aracy ceo stephen bartos, will provide a ‘deep dive’ into the report card’s findings. Report card: the wellbeing of young australians (2018) the latest aracy report card: the wellbeing of young australians launched on 25 february 2018 and presents data on australia's performance against a range of health and wellbeing indicators as compared with other oecd countries.
The 2018 aracy report card released last week highlights issues affecting children and young people in australia using the latest data available from a range of sources, it shows how australia is tracking at both the national level and for the aboriginal and torres strait islander population. The latest aracy report card: the wellbeing of young australians launched on 25 february 2018 and presents data on australia's performance against a range of health and wellbeing indicators as compared with other oecd countries this is the third edition of the report card, with the first released in 2008 and the second in 2013 where possible the report card also includes comparisons using.
The 2013 aracy report card on the wellbeing of young australians ranks australia number 17 out of 30 oecd countries based on an average of all relative oecd health measures (aracy 2013b improving the physical health of young australians priority direction is aimed at making australia rank within the top 5 oecd for physical health outcomes by 2025 (aracy, 2013.
Dr gervace chaney, a perth-based paediatrician and a board member with aracy, says while some of the findings are disturbing, the report card does put the focus on areas that need attention these issues are not solved by simple measures, he said.