2011 Census – Where are the most multicultural communities?

Glenn - The Census Expert

Glenn is an ABS data expert with huge intellect and capacity to convert demographic data into profound insights about places. He has contributed numerous blogs and consulting projects covering economic development, housing consumption and affordability, migration, fertility, ageing, role and function of ‘place’, communities of interest and more. Glenn works with over 120 councils bringing the client perspective into the development of our information products. He is a Census data expert, having worked at the Australian Bureau of Statistics for 10 years. If there's anything Glenn doesn't know about the Census, it's probably not worth knowing - so ask Glenn!

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  1. Laila Hafez says:

    I would like to get any information about NESB in the Wollongong and Illawarra please. I am a PhD students doing research on Illawarra-languages and culture, focusing on migrant langauages and how they (if any) are able to mainteaining it for thier children.
    Please forward any information about Wollongong LGA.

    Best regards

  2. kemal says:

    I gather there is not much available data,yet for Auburn LGA in NSW. I am Multicultural Services Librarian in Auburn Library and am interested any information on population change and any related area.

  3. Stephanie says:

    Hi, I would be very interested to hear about the changes to immigration trends in Inala, Queensland.


  4. The new profile.id site for 2011 will contain a lot of new information about birthplaces and languages not previously profiled. There are only a few weeks left until the new profiles area available, with time series information for over 100 languages and 125 birthplace countries for each suburb in subscribing council areas, with full information back to 2001 and some birthplaces back to 1991.

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