• The pandemic’s effects on social cohesion

    Nicholas Biddle     |      September 27, 2021

    Over the course of the pandemic, there’s been an increase in many aspects of social cohesion, but this boost may be slipping as lockdowns drag on. Here’s how researchers measure social cohesion, and why.

  • Changing notions of social cohesion

    Gillian Savage     |      September 8, 2021

    Our basis for thinking about social cohesion in Australia continues to be embedded in traditional multiculturalism. It is yet to catch up with the digital world where cyberhate, foreign interference and violent extremism thrive.