Melbourne, Tuesday, 4 December 2018 from 9:15 am to 11:30 am (AEDT)
The Scanlon Foundation invites you to the launch of the 2018 Mapping Social Cohesion Report.
This special event will feature a presentation of the 2018 research results by report author Professor Andrew Markus, Monash University, followed by a keynote address from esteemed author and social researcher, Hugh Mackay AO.
9:15am arrival for a 9:30am start. Event formalities will conclude at approximately 11:30am. Refreshments to follow.
We hope you can join us at:
The Pavilion, Arts Centre Melbourne
100 St Kilda Road
Melbourne, VIC 3004
All enquiries, please contact: Alice Suter email@example.com
(P) 03 9682 0259
(M) 0413 824 627
RSVP: Please confirm your attendance by 5pm Friday 17 November 2017. *Limited places available*
Each Mapping Social Cohesion national survey builds on the previous year and informs the Scanlon-Monash Index (SMI) of Social Cohesion. The surveys have been undertaken since 2007 where the original survey provided the benchmark against which the SMI is then measured.These surveys provide, for the first time in Australian social research, a series of detailed surveys on social cohesion, immigration and population issues. A prime objective of the surveys is to further understanding of the social impact of Australia’s increasingly diverse immigration program.Australia has experienced significant population growth in recent years. Since 2001, Australia’s population has increased by 3.5 million, from 19.4 million to an estimated 22.9 million as at 31 December 2012. During 2012 the population increased by almost 400,000 persons, 40% from natural increase and 60% from net overseas migration.
SOURCE: Scanlan Foundation 2018: Mapping Social Cohesion Report Launch – Scanlan Foundation website viewed 23 October 2018.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
The Brotherhood of St Laurence acknowledges and recognises the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we live and work, and we pay our respects to their Elders both past and present
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