Migrant and Refugee Women in Australia Survey
Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Marie Segrave
In partnership with the Harmony Alliance, the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre is conducting the ‘Migrant and Refugee Women in Australia Survey’. This is a national survey to increase understandings of the issues of importance to women from migrant and refugee backgrounds, with a focus on safety and well-being.
Findings from the survey will inform advocacy for migrant and refugee women from their own views and experiences. The survey was offered in nine languages (Arabic, Thai, Vietnamese, Farsi, Nepali, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Punjabi and English).
More information on the project can be found on the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre project page.