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Australian National Development Index

Project ID: 538
CIC Member?:
No
Active Project?:
Yes
Year Project Began:
2011
Year of Latest Report:
Last Update: 06/19/16
Project LocationAustralia
State/ProvinceVictoria
CountryAustralia
Lead OrganizationAustralian National Development Index
Type of OrganizationNonprofit - Community-based

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Geographic Scope (The level of geography at which the indicator data is collected):
Neighborhood, Municipality, Metropolitan, State/Province, National

Issue Areas:
Arts and Culture, Children/Youth/Families, Climate Change, Economy, Education, Employment, Environment, Equity, Governance, Health, Housing, Infrastructure, Land Use, Population, Poverty, Public Safety, Recreation, Social, Transportation, Volunteerism

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Project Description

The Australian National Development Index (ANDI) is a collaboration of 40 leading community organisations, church groups, businesses and universities who aim to introduce a holistic measure (beyond GDP) of progress – an index that reflects the views of Australians in an ongoing, participatory process. Informed by experts, but defined by Australians, ANDI will tell us in a snapshot, how we are doing as peoples, as communities and as a nation. ANDI provides an opportunity for people to come together in an ongoing national debate to respond to the question, “What is your vision of progress towards greater wellbeing for Australia?”

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Achievements:

Community Indicators – Performance Measures Integration

Does this project have Community Indicators?: Yes
Currently in its development phase, ANDI will produce an annual composite index of progress, shaped by the views and priorities of Australians

Does this project have Performance Measures?: No

Has this project integrated Community Indicators and Performance Measures?: No

Contact Information

Regina Lane
interim Steering Committee

Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Australia
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