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Launched December 2021
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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We are delighted to announce that the winner of the inaugural Best Paper Prize is Dr Goshu Tefera. Dr Tefera’s paper, ‘Pre-arrival temporalities of displacement in refugee migration: The case of resettled Ethiopian refugees in Australia’ was published in Population, Space and Place in February 2021. The paper examines how temporality can shape refugee experiences of displacement.
Register free for this MMIC webinar on Friday 3 December 9:00-11:00am AEDT. Chaired by Dr Matteo Bonotti from MMIC, this webinar is structured over two panel sessions as a forum for the comparative analysis of the impact of ethnic and linguistic divisions on party politics in a number of European and Asian countries.
In partnership with Monash University Malaysia, School of Arts and Social Sciences and Malaysian-based artists, activists and NGOs, the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre is hosting two online dialogue events to develop an evidence based methodology for an arts intervention on issues impacting migrant and refugee women in Malaysia during COVID-19.
Each year, MMIC partners with other Centres and Faculties across Monash University to host a hackathon event. Our hackathons provide an opportunity for postgraduate candidates and early career researchers (ECRs) to work with industry partners to address real world problems related to inclusion for migrant communities in Victoria. The hackathon participants take an interdisciplinary, collaborative, and cross-sector approach and together create an engaging learning environment to create strategies that are innovative, adaptable and scalable.
In partnership with ActionLab Monash and the Victorian Government Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, MMIC is pleased to launch the 'Co-designing and scaling effective COVID-19 communication strategies for young people from CALD communities in Victoria' report today. The report includes a link to the digital playbooks, co-designed by the research team and community organisations that partnered with us for the project.