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

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Enhancing community cohesion through the promotion of positive and inclusive responses to fear of crime

Community concerns about crime can have both negative and positive impacts on civic engagement and social cohesion. MMIC Director Rebecca Wickes is featured in a major new international project to create practical tools to promote positive, inclusive responses to concerns about crime in the community.

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Multidisciplinary research team to investigate female international students’ experiences of sexual and intimate partner violence

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MMIC Deputy Director Helen Forbes-Mewett is taking a lead role in a new multidisciplinary ARC Discovery Project that aims to increase the safety of female international students by exploring their experiences of sexual and intimate partner violence.

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Can diaspora groups play a role in more effective engagement during peacebuilding, development and humanitarian responses?

A new project by Alan Gamlen at Monash aims to build more effective engagement with developing and conflict-affected countries by strengthening the relationship between diaspora groups and humanitarian & development agencies.

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Cultivating empathy through conversation: new study tackles Islamophobia by developing and measuring new social interventions

A new study by Monash researchers will develop and measure interventions to reduce negative attitudes towards Muslims in the community.

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Research by Associate Professor Marie Segrave sheds light on experiences of social inclusion among unlawful migrant workers

Unlawful migrant workers are frequently positioned as either taking Australian jobs or as powerless victims of human trafficking and slavery. Yet despite having no formal rights or protections, evidence shows they are included in society and valued as productive workers, consumers and active members in the community.

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