Do you want to reduce Islamophobia?

no to islamophobiaMonash University are looking for volunteers to help implement a world-leading study that seeks to reduce social exclusion. This is an opportunity to visit households and engage in conversation.


Living in inclusive, harmonious and cohesive communities is associated with greater prosperity, better health outcomes and a sense of well-being. Monash University are looking for volunteers to help implement a world-leading study that seeks to reduce social exclusion. Volunteers will be provided with training, and asked to visit householders that have agreed to be visited for the study for a 15-minute conversation with the research participant. The time commitment is only a few hours a week for a period of 8 weeks commencing end of October and volunteers will receive a financial honorarium for their time based on the number of households visited.

For more information or to express your interest, contact Kathryn Benier kathryn.benier@monash.edu.

For more information on this project see:
https://arts.monash.edu/migration-and-inclusion/news-and-events/articles/cultivating-empathy-tackling-islamophobia

* Researchers at the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre (MMIC) and BehaviourWorks at Monash University have successfully secured funding to examine effective initiatives to combat racism and prejudice, and strengthen community resilience.)

 

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