New Matilda Contributor: Kaitlyn Krahe

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In a recent contribution to New Matilda, OECD delegate and Victoria University student Kaitlyn Krahe discussed the importance of collecting reliable data from Indigenous Australians in the 2016 census.

You can read the article on the New Matilda website here or by copying the following URL into your browser http://bit.ly/kaitlyn-newmatilda

Pictured: Victoria University Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic) student, Kaitlyn Krahe

Pictured: Victoria University Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic) student, Kaitlyn Krahe

Kaitlyn recently returned from the OECD Forum in Paris. In her research Kaitlyn posited solutions to address the disparate maternal health outcomes between Australian indigenous and non-indigenous women.

Kaitlyn traveled to the OECD Forum as a Global Voices Scholar. We are proud to provide these opportunities with the support of our partners including Victoria University and Qantas Airways.