SUPIR partners with the Newcastle-Oxford Research Centre for Conflict and Cohesion (NORCCC)

We’re proud to announce that we are partnering with The Newcastle-Oxford Research Centre for Conflict and Cohesion (NORCCC).

The NORCCC brings together a team of internationally-renowned researchers who study ways to reduce prejudice and discrimination in society and increase a sense of belonging and wellness, with a focus on people who are members of disadvantaged groups.

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The Australian Marriage Equality Study

Do you identify as gay, lesbian, or bisexual?

You are invited to participate in an online study investigating the same-sex marriage debate in Australia. You will be asked to complete a series of online questionnaires about yourself and read an article relating to same-sex marriage. To participate, you must be 18 years or older, an Australian citizen, and identity as gay, lesbian, or bisexual. The entire study will take no longer than 20 minutes to complete and you will be entered into a draw to win one of four gift cards.
If you are interested in participating, please click here 

This research study has been ethics approved by The University of Sydney’s Human Research Ethics Committee (protocol number 2017/811)


How research informs practice for psychological well-being and mental health in the community

The SUPIR Lab invites you to celebrate National Psychology Week by attending a conference at NSW Parliament House Theatrette on Tuesday 11 November 2014 from 9:00 – 4:30. The focus of the conference will be on how research informs practice for psychological well-being and mental health in the community.

The day features five thematic panels of researchers in psychology from nine universities presenting 
the highlights of their research and how it benefits the community. The SUPIR Lab’s principal investigator, Fiona White, will also be presenting her research on improving intergroup relations.   

NSW Premier, The Hon Mike Baird MP, has been invited to open the day’s proceedings to be chaired 
by APS President, Professor Mike Kyrios. Portfolio Ministers have been invited to address each of the 
themes prior to the Panels’ brief, informative and dynamic presentations, with Q & A to follow.

Join us for this exciting day with attendance and refreshments complimentary but the APS does need 
registration details for catering purposes. Register online by clicking here.