Our staff may have contacted you as part of a research survey. We are a social research company, exempt from the Australian Do Not Call Register, meaning we may call telephone numbers listed on the Do Not Call Register to conduct opinion polling and standard questionnaire-based research. We are not telemarketers, we are not selling a product and we do not provide your name or contact information to any other parties. The phone numbers we dial are either:
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to invite you to participate in a study we are currently conducting on behalf of one of our clients. If you have missed a call from us and would like to participate in our research you can call us on 1800 023 040. You may also have been invited to participate in a focus group or in-depth interview by a member of our Qualitative Research Unit. You will find more information on this on our Focus Group and Interview Participant information page.
The information you provide is confidential. Our company is bound by the Market and Social Research Privacy Principles (www.amsro.com.au), which govern how we collect, use, keep secure and disclose personal information. We also abide by the principles of the Australian Market and Social Research Society of Australia's Code of Professional Behaviour (www.amsrs.com.au).
If you would like to check if the Social Research Centre is recognised by the Australian Market and Social Research Society as a bona fide research company, please, visit the AMSRS website to check the full list of recognised research organisations.
If you do not wish to be contacted again, you can register to be on our Do Not Call list by email atDNC@srcentre.com.au, or by calling 1800 023 040 and leaving a voicemail message that contains both your full telephone number (including the area code) and a request to be removed from our call list. We will do our best to remove your number in 24 hours during the week and in 48 hours on the weekend.
The findings of research we carry out at the Social Research Centre help government and others to understand how things are working, what people’s needs are and what the priorities should be in areas such as health, housing, well-being, employment and education. It helps to ensure that the organisations who make decisions on things that affect our society do so on the basis of evidence.
Social research helps us to understand what people think, what views they have and what experiences they have had on a whole range of issues that affect how we live, work and study. We know your time is precious, but our work really does make a difference.