Yearbooks

Although current legislation does not require it, ORIC publishes a yearbook to share unique and critical information relevant to improving outcomes for Indigenous peoples in Australia. Our yearbooks are more detailed than its contributions to the departmental annual reports. They include case studies and data to illustrate major issues, and we report more fully on the solutions we have found and the work we are doing for long-term improvement. Some of the material relates to work in progress and is included to encourage feedback and discussion.

Cover of the ORIC yearbook for 2017–18

ORIC Yearbook 2017–18

Although not required by legislation to produce an annual report, the Registrar believes it is appropriate and good practice to publish a yearbook to inform all clients and stakeholders about the work of ORIC.

ORIC has also contributed to the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PMC) annual report for 2017–18.

ORIC yearbook 2016-17

ORIC yearbook 2016–17

Although not required by legislation to produce an annual report, the Registrar believes it is appropriate and good practice to publish a yearbook to inform all clients and stakeholders about the work of ORIC.

ORIC has also contributed to the 2016–17 annual report of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PMC).

The link below-right takes you to the next section, or you can use the list of contents on the left to jump to a particular section of the report.

See also the media release about this publication.