The Social Impact
of COVID-19

Qualitative research
in the 2020 virtual world

Life in
Australia

Australia’s only national probability-based online panel

Reflect RAP

The Social Research Centre has developed the first stage Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in partnership with Reconciliation Australia.

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What we do

Inform decision-making and advance our understanding of Australian Society and our place in the world through world-class social research and evaluation

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We are proud to work with Commonwealth and jurisdictional governments and leading Australian institutions

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News

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RT @AAIRaustralasia: Have you registered for the 2020 AAIR Forum yet? It's not all Zoom and gloom - this year the Forum is virtual with spe…
RT @qilt_src: Did you know that Science and mathematics, Psychology and Veterinary science are the three study areas with the highest perce…
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RT @qilt_src: What are the key graduate outcomes from the 2020 Graduate Outcomes Survey? To find out more, be sure to check out the latest…
RT @qilt_src: The 2020 Graduate Outcomes Survey National Report has been released! See what graduates had to say four to six months since c…
AMSRO Polling Inquiry Report released. An independent & impartial review of #AusElectionPolling to determine why al… https://t.co/A0aZFpRaHJ
For a closer look at the Graduate Outcomes Survey - Longitudinal results, visit https://t.co/1vgfbUqrtt #AusUnis… https://t.co/oS4gg9Yfsn
RT @qilt_src: The latest results from the Graduate Outcomes Survey - Longitudinal are now available. Learn more about what graduates are do…
Longitudinal research on Australians’ well-being during pandemic shows increases in #anxiety, #loneliness, & declin… https://t.co/qeGXRzHh4s

Our relationship with ANU

We are owned by the Australian National University (ANU) and have unprecedented access to ANU researchers and ANU's world class research environment.

The ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods is a joint initiative of the Social Research Centre and the Australian National University (ANU). The Centre provides significant Australian capacity in undertaking research into applied social research and evaluation methods.

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