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mapping social cohesion 2022 report launch: wednesday 23 november 2022



mapping social cohesion 2022 report launch: wednesday 23 november 2022

Since 2007, the Scanlon Mapping Social Cohesion Research series has been tracking Australians’ attitudes towards important social cohesion issues including trust in government, migration, democracy and globalisation.

Mapping Social Cohesion results from the past two years showed Australian social cohesion had strengthened across a range of indicators during the Covid-19 crisis, but how has the national mood shifted since? And, as we look to the future, post-pandemic, what key social cohesion challenges are emerging?

We are delighted to invite you to the online launch of the 2022 Mapping Social Cohesion Report launch, hosted via Bettercast, where we’ll discuss these questions and more.

The webinar will feature a presentation of this year’s key findings by 2022 report author Dr James O’Donnell, of Australian National University, followed by a live Q&A segment, where Dr O’Donnell will answer questions submitted by webinar participants. 

To confirm your attendance at the online launch event, please see the registration details below:

Event details:
Date: Wednesday 23 November 2022
Time:  12:30 pm – 2:00 pm (AEDT)
Registration link:
RSVP: Please click the “Register now” button above to go to the Bettercast registration page. Registrations close at 10 am, Wednesday 23 November 2022.

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