Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre

Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre

The Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre (MMIC) takes an interdisciplinary, evidence based approach to understanding migration and social, economic and cultural inclusion

Research innovation

We seek to develop knowledge and new ways of thinking about migration and social inclusion, bringing fresh insights into current policy debates.

Education & training

The Centre is actively supporting the next generation of migration researchers and offers high-quality professional development opportunities.

Engagement & impact

We work closely with community organisations, policy stakeholders, government and industry bodies.

About MMIC

The Centre brings together the University’s interdisciplinary excellence in migration and inclusion research.

Professor Anna Triandafyllidou presents, public lecture ‘Globalisation, Identity & Migrant Agency in the 21st Century’

September 25, 2018

We are delighted to host Professor Anna Triandafyllidou from the European University Institute as our very first Visiting Scholar to MMIC. Professor Triandafyllidou will visit the

September 24, 2018

The Postgraduate Network within the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre brings together PhD students interested in migration and social inclusion issues. The network now includes

MMIC discussion panels on Australia’s asylum seeker policy: Social Sciences Week 2018

September 24, 2018

As a part of Social Sciences week (Sept 10-14) MMIC academics were involved in two panel discussions with Julian Burnside AO, QC and public intellectual Robert Manne respectively.

Public lecture and MMIC panel on ‘The Collapse of Value’s featuring Julian Burnside AO QC

September 3, 2018

As a part of National Social Sciences Week, Monash School of Social Sciences is hosting a public lecture on ‘The Collapse of Values' presented by Julian Burnside AO QC on

MMIC, GFV & GPS submission to dowry and dowry abuse inquiry

August 21, 2018

In a partnership first, researchers from the  Migration and Inclusion Centre, Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, and Gender, Peace and Security Centre provided a

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