Have your say on life in Australia – can in Hindi, Punjabi, Malayalam and English !

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An Australian Indian girl takes a selfi with PM Modi when he visited Australia last year and had said in his speech at the All Phone Arena, Sydney that we as Australian Indians should contribute to Australia positively and make India proud

 

An Australian public opinion survey capturing views on social issues is for the first time being conducted in 19 community languages as well as English – and Multicultural NSW is urging everyone to take part.

The online survey has been conducted annually since 2007 by the Scanlon Foundation and Monash University, aiming to understand the outlook of Australian residents at a time of rapid population growth and rising security concerns.

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Led by Professor Andrew Markus of Monash University and funded by the Scanlon Foundation, the Australia@2015 survey explores views on fairness, life satisfaction, identity, trust in institutions, the media, neighbourhood life, cultural diversity and future expectations.

Survey results will help inform policy makers, opinion leaders, researchers and communities.

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“These surveys provide an important source of information on the way we live now, and I would urge everyone to take part,” said Multicultural NSW Chief Executive Officer Mr Hakan Harman.

“It’s exciting that for the first time, this survey is available in community languages, allowing all Australians to participate. It will give us a fuller picture of life in Australia,” he said.

Survey languages are Arabic, Chinese, Dari, Dinka, English, French, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Malaylam, Persian (Farsi), Portuguese, Punjabi, Spanish, Thai, Tigrinya, Turkish and Vietnamese.

To take the survey, visit http://tinyurl.com/nnkpm7p

 

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