ANZAC Day: public survey

ANZAC Day: public survey

January 15, 2015

Saturday 25th of April is ANZAC Day, and this year will also mark the the 100th anniversary since the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli.

As part of this Monash University is conducting a research project that is exploring the meaning and history of Anzac Day. It involves researchers in Australia, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Singapore, the United Kingdom, France and Turkey. Simply, the purpose of the study is to find out what these ceremonies mean to the people attending. MyANZACday invites you to add your voice to History.

If you would like to take part in the survey you can do so by either doing the survey online:

Click here to go to the online survey.

Or by downloading the New Zealand-specific version, which includes questions about Christchurch here:

You need not record your name and any report/publication will use pseudonyms unless otherwise requested. There is no set answer length; please feel free to write whatever you wish.

Shawn Moodie

Shawn is the Human Rights Commission's Digital Communications Advisor.

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