Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre

This Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre (MMIC) aims to provide a research platform for understandings of the physical and social impact of population growth in Australia with a specific focus on short and long term consequences of increased immigration for social inclusion as well as settlement experiences for regular and irregular migrant groups. Read more here. 

  • During Education Week, the Monash Faculty of Education will host A place now called home, a special exhibition of photographs taken by young refugees living in Wagga Wagga, NSW. Using a technique called “participatory photography,” Associate Professor Jane Wilkinson led a research team which explored what helped these young people feel at home and connected… Read more
  • In response to the Federal Government's introduction of a Modern Slavery Bill in Australia, academics from the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre and Border Crossing Observatory recently prepared a submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Legal and Constitutional Affairs. The Modern Slavery Bill, currently being debated in parliament, will require entities above a consolidated revenue threshold of… Read more
  • The Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre (MMIC) is thrilled to announce the launch of a new book by our colleague Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett, The New Security: Individual, Community and Cultural Experiences, published by Palgrave Macmillan. Helen will officially launch the book at the Monash Caulfield Library on Thursday 16th August at 6.00pm. The event will also… Read more
  • BOb’s Associate Professor Leanne Weber delivered a keynote address ‘Counting and Accounting for Border Related Deaths’ to an international conference on ‘Border Deaths and Migration Policies’ at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam on 14 June. The event attracted border researchers from a range of academic disciplines, representatives of large international NGOs and intergovernmental organisations, and members of… Read more
  • PMSI Research Leader and Associate Professor of Criminology, Rebecca Wickes has been invited to present the keynote address at this year's Crime Prevention & Communities conference ‘Translating evidence into practice'. With a research track record and expertise on demographic changes in urban communities and their influence on social relationships, community regulation, victimisation, crime and disorder over… Read more

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