Inequalities in early childhood outcomes : what lies beneath

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The Australian Early Development Index (AEDI) allows us to shine a light on inequity in child health and development. Dr Sharon Goldfeld, Sue West and the Centre for Community Child Health AEDI research team look at children at risk and how community sector organisations can use the data to improve their lives.

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