Mapping Social Cohesion: The Scanlon Foundation Surveys 2020

Tracking 13 years of Australia’s largest and longest-running national study on social cohesion, immigration and population issues.

Mapping Social Cohesion: The Scanlon Foundation Surveys 2019

Now in its 12th year, the 2019 Scanlon Foundation national survey on social cohesion, immigration and population issues has been released. Click here to access the full report.

Stocktake Research Report: Victoria University & Australian Multicultural Foundation

A Systematic Literature and Selected Program Review on Social Cohesion, Community Resilience and Violent Extremism 2011-2015. The full report is now available to view here.

Comparative Religious Education and its role in creating a harmonious Society

Ali Majokah is a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, a religiously persecuted group in Pakistan and a group which is constantly targeted by fanatical sections of the Muslim clergy, various terrorist organisations and by religious fanatics in general operating inside Pakistan. Due to religious persecution, Ali’s family migrated to Australia as refugees in 1998.

Religion, Cultural Diversity and Safeguarding Australia

In 2002, the Commonwealth Government, through the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs, commissioned the Australian Multicultural Foundation in association with the World Conference on Religion and Peace (Australian chapter) and RMIT and Monash Universities, to conduct a series of consultations with religious, government and community organisations.

Employment the Professional Way Manual

The Australian Migrant Education Service Manual is an interactive manual that aims to assist people who are unfamiliar with Australian recruitment practices. It provides clear and practical advice for professional and skilled occupations.

Love Thy Neighbours: Racial Tolerance among Young Australians

Racial prejudice can lead to friction, disharmony and even physical violence. It is a major social problem in many societies and one from which Australia is not immune. However, evidence is accumulating that living in harmony may be better served by increasing understanding about tolerance and acceptance rather than focusing on decreasing prejudice.

Culturally Appropriate Aged Care Project

A strategic Summit held on the 25 October to address issues impacting on the provision of culturally appropriate aged care for all Australians was an initiative of a Senior Women In Management Program (SWIM) 2002 project team.