April 01, 2014
Think HQ recently worked with the Scanlon Foundation to help launch new research into migrant and community attitudes to social cohesion, identity and belonging.
The Scanlon Foundation’s Recent Arrivals Survey and Local Area Survey - provide the first detailed findings in the last decade on the recent immigrant experience of Australia, and the first detailed research into social cohesion in specific local areas outside of Sydney and Melbourne.
The launch event at Parliament House featured an analysis of the research findings, presented by Monash University Professor and report author, Professor Andrew Markus.
Think HQ was engaged to manage media relations activity and facilitate live-streaming of the launch event.
Coverage of the reports was secured across print (The Age, SMH) online (news.com.au), radio (ABC Radio National, 2GB) and TV (Channel 10’s The Project, SBS News), even reaching as far as New Zealand (The New Zealand Herald, One News).
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