Australia is arguably the most multi-cultural nation on Earth. While some countries vary vastly by region, Australia’s diversity is shoulder-by-shoulder. At times this can elicit tension and conflict, but it also results in a vibrantly contrasting social fabric of different histories and cultures. In a recent article, published in Research News, Matt Balogh, discusses how research that does not make an effort to reach non-English speakers and the socially or physically disadvantaged can be omitting as much as one third of the Australian population.
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