The Pet Project, an initiative of the School of Creative Arts and Media and supported by The Tasmania Project, concentrates on connecting different members of communities across Tasmania through participatory arts workshops focused on creatively representing the relationships we develop with our pets. The aim of the project is to provide a platform for the exchange of […]
The October 2020 Tasmanian Demographic Analysis SnapShot provides an overview of Australian demographic statistics for the year ending March 2020, released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) in September 2020, from the perspective of the state of Tasmania. This issue has been supplemented with monthly ABS visitor arrival data applying to the March 2020 […]
The Tasmania Project has published 39 reports, spanning a range of topics from compliance and restrictions, to food access and supply, wellbeing, housing, and work. The reports also explore the experiences of particular groups within the community including individuals with a disability and older people. A document containing all 39 reports can be accessed here.
In our third general survey (TTP3), The Tasmania Project continued to explore Tasmanians’ experiences with and attitudes to COVID-19 restrictions and measures, activities and behaviours, wellbeing and concerns, food access and supply, housing, work and employment, and financial wellbeing. With border restrictions firmly in place, we also took the opportunity to hear the thoughts of […]