Mapping Social Cohesion: The Scanlon Foundation Surveys 2018

Now in its 11th year, the 2018 Scanlon Foundation national survey on social cohesion, immigration and population issues has been released. Click here to access the full report.

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Mapping Social Cohesion 2013

Mapping Social Cohesion 2013: The Scanlon Foundation Surveys National Report

This report presents the findings of the sixth Scanlon Foundation Mapping Social Cohesion Survey conducted in 2013 prepared by Monash University and supported by the Australian Multicultural Foundation

The Baklava Bake Off is an initiative of the Australian Multicultural Foundation

Baklava Bake Off

The Baklava Bake Off is an initiative of the Australian Multicultural Foundation in partnership with communities under the Unity through Partnerships Grant Program, funded by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship.

Mapping of Social Cohesion Surveys

Monash University, in partnership with the Scanlon Foundation and the Australian Multicultural Foundation, is continuing to undertake a major Social Cohesion Research program. What is the state of social cohesion in Australia? The Mapping Social Cohesion Report provides a series of detailed surveys on social cohesion, immigration and population issues. View a report to delve into the data for that year.

Australian Language Certificates (ALC)

The Australian Language Certificates (ALC) program offers students national recognition for levels of achievement in their studies of Languages Other Than English (LOTE). The program was an initiative of the Australian Multicultural Foundation, in collaboration with the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). It is supported by national and international organisations.

Step Into Voluntary Work

In 2000, the Australian Multicultural Foundation and the Office of Multicultural Affairs began to investigate the relationship between people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and volunteering in Australia . The research showed that while people from CALD backgrounds are often involved in the 'informal' voluntary sector within their own communities, they were less likely to become involved in the 'mainstream' voluntary sector.