Australians Today: The Australia@2015 Scanlon Foundation Survey 2016

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ACJC, Faculty of Arts, Monash University, 2016 - Australia - 124 pages
This report presents findings from Australia@2015 - a survey of more than 10,000 locally-born and immigrant Australians regarding sense of belonging, trust, discrimination, attitudes to cultural diversity, and identification with Australia. The survey was conducted between September 2015 and February 2016 and aimed to further understand sub-groups of the population that are not represented in sufficient number in general surveys, including humanitarian migrants, business and skilled visa entrants, New Zealand visas, Muslim Australians, migrants from Africa, and second and third generation Australians. Residents of several areas of relatively high immigrant concentration and high socio-economic disadvantage were also targeted.

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