2015 National Social Cohesion Survey
The Social Research Centre is proud to have partnered with Monash University and the Scanlon Foundation in undertaking the 2015 National Social Cohesion Survey. The survey program, which commenced in 2007, makes a vital contribution to the national debate with regard to issues pertaining to social cohesion, immigration and racism.
The video presentation which accompanied the launch can be also be viewed here.
Australia@2015 is a first in Australian public opinion surveys. For the first time, an Australian survey will be conducted in English and a broad range of community languages, nineteen in total, with a focus on the languages of recent arrivals.
Australia@2015 will provide understanding of the outlook of Australian-born and immigrants at a critical time in the nation's history - a time of population growth, rising security concerns and questioning of the working of Australian democracy.
Australia@2015 builds on eight years of Scanlon Foundation surveying and is led by Professor Andrew Markus of Monash University.
For more information and the survey link please go to the Monash University website