Performance reporting and accountability for national reform
Comparing outcomes for women and girls across Australia
Our first report on outcomes by gender shows whether women and girls are benefiting from reform progress.
COAG reform agenda 2008–2013
This report reviews governments' progress against COAG's reform agenda. It finds that solid progress has been made over five years but more needs to be done to accelerate the pace of reform.
Ensuring access to affordable, safe and sustainable housing that contributes to social and economic participation.
Housing affordability: Read more
All Australian governments have shared responsibility for Closing the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage.
Indigenous reform: Read more
Improving health outcomes for all Australians and the sustainability of our health system.
Healthcare: Read more
Placing people with disability, their families and carers at the centre of services across Australia.
Disability: Read more
Helping Australian school students acquire the knowledge and skills to participate in society and employment.
Education: Read more
Developing the skills of Australians and ensuring the present and future needs of businesses and industries are met.
Skills and workforce: Read more
Creating a seamless national economy through reform in 45 areas.
Competition and regulation: Read more
Measuring the social and economic participation of women and girls across Australia.
Gender equity: Read more