Social inclusion in Australia has proven remarkably resilient during the pandemic.
Australians were surveyed after the height of the pandemic in December 2020, confirming that disasters do bring people closer together.
However, the results also highlighted two spikes in discrimination against young people and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
By Nicholas Faulkner, Kun Zhao, Sarah Kneebone and Liam Smith
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