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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Image from 'Youth in the City' exhibition in Prato, Italy

Participatory research project maps the stories of multicultural youth in the Italian city of Prato

As part of a new international project, a diverse group of young people in Prato recently collaborated with researchers to produce an exhibition that creatively tells their stories of life in the multiethnic Italian city.

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Women from diverse backgrounds share inspiring stories of securing and succeeding in leadership roles

 MMIC PhD scholar Prabha Bogoda Arachchige (far left) moderates a panel of culturally and linguistically diverse female business and community leaders for the ‘Women of Impact’ networking event, 6 November 2019

Last month, MMIC PhD scholar Prabha Bogoda Arachchige moderated a panel and networking event aimed to raise awareness of the barriers faced by culturally and linguistically diverse women in securing leadership roles in Australia.

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Cultivating empathy through conversation: new study to develop and measure new social interventions

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

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New research from Alan Gamlen compares and critiques the use of ‘Immigrant Investor Programs’ for state development

In a new article, Alan Gamlen and international colleagues have called for a set of principles to ensure well-designed and well-run migration schemes that rely on investment and economic development.

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MMIC joins leading international network of research institutes and scholars of migration and diversity

The Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre (MMIC) has been announced as the first non-European member of IMISCOE, securing MMIC’s place as a leading voice on migration and diversity in the Asia Pacific.

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