The Prejudice Census: Making Sense of Prejudice at the ANU

Tell Us About Your Experiences of Prejudice at the ANU

If you, or anyone you know, has had any experience with prejudice (including racism, sexism, homophobia, etc.) during your time at the ANU, we'd like to know. In fact, we'd also like to know if you have NOT had any experiences of prejudice.

You can tell us about your experiences by completing a voluntary and anonymous 20-minute online questionnaire by clicking the Complete questionnaire button at the upper right of this page.

The questionnaire is part of research being conducted by the ANU Student and University Experience Portfolio and the ANU Research School of Psychology, and forms part of an undergraduate research project being conducted by a current undergraduate student.

The purpose of this study is to gain a unique, student-centric view on prejudice on campus. In analysing the trends and outcomes of this study, the anonymised experiences observed will be used to inform the university on ways it can better support its students.

For more information please see the attached Participant Information Sheet.

The ethical aspects of this research have been approved by the ANU Human Research Ethics Committee (2016/065).

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