The Life in Australia™ Historic Events Survey

Australians Name the 10 Most Significant Historic Events of Their Lifetime

Methods
Paper Series

A collaboration between SRC and the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods. See the latest papers or sign up for release notifications.

Australian Values Study

The Australian component of the World Values Survey.

Life in
Australia

Australia’s first national probability-based online panel

What we do

Inform decision-making and advance our understanding of Australian Society through conducting world-class social research

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News

The latest from us and the social research industry

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New National Return to Work survey report released by @safe_work_aus today. This report provides a comprehensive su… https://t.co/QX3IL3oPbc
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SRC has conducted the QILT suite of surveys since 2015 on behalf of the @Eduspokesperson. Read the full 2018 Gradu… https://t.co/8DOpVWiORn
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Listen to our CEO @DarrenPennay on @abcovernights discussing #SRCHistoricEvents. What would be the top 10 most sig… https://t.co/AWlvNIfsz9
RT @DrDemography: Same-sex marriage tops the list of most historic moments for Australians - @WhatAustThinks @SRCentreAUS https://t.co/qGaq…
RT @DrDemography: Marriage law postal survey the most significant event Australians have lived through: @ABSStats on @SRCentreAUS survey ht…

Our relationship with ANU

We are owned by the Australian National University (ANU) and have unprecedented access to ANU researchers and ANU's world class research environment.

The ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods is a joint initiative of the Social Research Centre and the Australian National University (ANU). The Centre provides significant Australian capacity in undertaking research into applied social research and evaluation methods.

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Phone
Asked to take part in a survey? 1800 023 040 Research & general enquiries 03 9236 8500 
Address
Level 9, 277 William St Melbourne VIC 3000 PO Box 13328 Law Courts VIC 8010

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