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The Australian Demographic & Social Research Institute (ADSRI) aims to retain and enhance the University's position as the leading Australian research and training institution for demography and social research, recognised both nationally and internationally for its work.


New study - Shared Parenting after Separation Study: Information for respondents

Dr Bruce Smyth and colleagues are conducting a study of parents’ experiences of and views about different post-separation parenting arrangements - including shared-time arrangements. In Australia, shared-time parenting after parental...

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James O'Donnell awarded WD Borrie Prize

The Australian Population Association has awarded the 2014 WD Borrie Prize in the Honours/Masters/GradDip category to James O'Donnell, Master of Social Research student. His winning essay was titled, 'Can cause of death groups explain sex...

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Congratulations Dr Henri Sitorus

Henri Sitorus has been admitted to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. The title of his thesis is 'NGOs, Social Capital and Environmental Citizenship: A Sociological Inquiry into Livelihoods and Resources Access in Coastal Sumatra'. Henri...

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Seminars and public lectures

Nations, races and immigrants in the 2015 British general election

Friday, 29th May 2015 - 2:30pm - 3:00pm

Presented by: Dr James Jupp

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Ethnic population projections for the UK and local areas, 2011-2101: A second chance to get them right

Tuesday, 7th July 2015 - 2:30pm - 3:30pm

Presented by: Professor Philip Rees

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