Mapping Social Cohesion report

Funded by the Scanlon Foundation, this report details the results of a major longitudinal survey on social cohesion in Australia. It provides insights into community attitudes to immigration, multiculturalism and social cohesion, based on findings from national and local surveys.

The report covers topics such as Australians’ attitudes to immigration and multicultural society, levels of discrimination, how happy we are, how much we feel a sense of belonging and how much we trust in politicians, institutions and other people.

Find out more about the report or download it via the PhilanthropyWiki.

Apr. 24, 2008

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