Social Media Shareable (3) NCTGD 2022
Shareable available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2022.Read(pdf 657.7 KB)
Social Media Shareable (2) NCTGD 2022
Shareable available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2022.Read(pdf 436.83 KB)
Social Media Shareable (1) NCTGD 2022
Shareable available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2022.Read(pdf 1.01 MB)
Facebook Cover NCTGD 2022
Facebook Cover available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2022.Read(pdf 1.15 MB)
Twitter Header NCTGD 2022
Twitter Header available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2022.Read(pdf 547.89 KB)
Banner NCTGD 2022
Banner artwork available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2022.Read(pdf 122.85 KB)
Policy Brief: Close the Gap Campaign Report 2021
The Lowitja Institute has produced the simplified Policy Brief to accompany the 2021 Close the Gap Campaign Report - Leadership and Legacy Through Crises: Keeping our Mob safe.Read(pdf 1.05 MB)
LEADERSHIP AND LEGACY THROUGH CRISES: KEEPING OUR MOB SAFE – CLOSE THE GAP CAMPAIGN REPORT 2021
The 12th annual Close the Gap Campaign report entitled, Leadership and Legacy
Through Crises: Keeping our Mob safe is a wakeup call to Australian Governments that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have the solutions to health inequality in their grasp.
This year’s report was produced by the Lowitja Institute, Australia’s community controlled national institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research,on behalf of the Close the Gap Steering Committee.
The report showcases the resilience, strengths and leadership of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations throughout critical health crises in 2020: devastating bushfires and climate change, the coronavirus pandemic and the mental health emergency facing First Australians.Read(pdf 9.22 MB)
We Nurture our Culture for our Future and Our Culture Nurtures Us
The 2020 Close the Gap Campaign report, again written by the Lowitja Institute and to be released on 19 March 2020, sets out a blueprint for change, presenting 14 recommendations for Australian governments that must be urgently implemented to avoid further preventable deaths and protect Indigenous health, wellbeing, culture and Country.Read(pdf 29.41 MB)
Failure to Close the Gap puts Indigenous Communities at Risk
The Close the Gap Campaign is cancelling its public events to mark Close the Gap Day on Thursday 19 March 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Close the Gap Campaign report will still be launched online on Close the Gap Day – this Thursday 19 March 2020.
You can show your support by signing the Close the Gap campaign pledge at https://antar.org.au/closethegappledge.
Follow #CloseTheGap, #closethegapday, #nurtureculturefuture and @closethegapOZ for more details.
You can read more about the Close the Gap Campaign on the ANTaR website at www.antar.org.au/closethegapRead(pdf 121.86 KB)
Standing Still is Intollerable: Close the Gap Campaign Media Release
Close the Gap Co-Chairs media release responding to the Prime Minister's Closing the Gap Report 2020.
“Preventable diseases continue to take young lives while unrelenting deaths in custody and
suicide rates twice that of other Australians continue to shame us all. As governments
reshape the Closing the Gap strategy, we cannot afford for the mistakes of the past to be
Read more in the full media releaseRead(pdf 183.59 KB)
Petition - National Close the Gap Day 2020
Petition available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2020.
Help gather supporter for this year's call to action. Send us back as many of these filled sheets as possible to Close the Gap Campaign, PO Box 77 Strawberry Hills NSW 2012
File size: Less than 1MBRead(pdf 386.85 KB)
Our Choices Our Voices
A report prepared by the Lowitja Institute for the Close the Gap Steering Committee.
Following on from the 10-year review in 2018, the 2019 report identifies urgent prioritie themes of the Close the Gap Campaign such as:
• Targeted, needs-based primary health care
• Responsive health care system
• Good housing for good health.
The success stories highlighted in this report demonstrate that when Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are involved in the design of the services they need, we are far more likely to achieve success.Read(pdf 14.66 MB)
Achieving Indigenous Health Equality through the Close the Gap Campaign
The Close the Gap Campaign has released its 2019 priorities for the next government of Australia. The proposed policy agenda will, if fully funded and implemented, provide a pathway forward for an incoming government to achieve tangible improvements in life expectancy and other key health indicators.
Read more.Read(pdf 662.66 KB)