Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and interdisciplinary researcher in the School of Social Sciences at Monash University, Australia. Helen is also Research Associate of the Center on Violence at West Virginia University, US and member of the Victorian Government Research Institute on Social Cohesion (RIOSC). Helen holds a BA (Psychology and Humanities), BA (Hons in Sociology, First Class) and PhD from Monash. She was an Australian Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellow (2010-2013). Her interdisciplinary work focuses on human security, migration, cultural diversity, international education and social cohesion in relation to both migrant and receiving communities. See Helen’s Google Scholar Citations here.
Dr Forbes-Mewett also holds the following roles:
♦ Victorian Multicultural Commission, Regional Advisory Council member 2018-2019
♦ Executive Member, Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre (MMIC)
♦ Sociologists at Monash S@M Research Network Coordinator
♦ Member of the Communities’ Council on Ethnic Issues (Eastern Region) Inc.
♦ Member of the Victorian Government Research Institute on Social Cohesion (RIOSC)
♦ Community Advisory Committee, Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust (SMCT)
♦ Partner Agent, Chinese Centre for Holistic Health
♦ ♦ LATEST NEWS ♦ ♦
♦ Appointed Victorian Multicultural Commission, Regional Advisory Council member 2018-2019
♦ New review of International Students and crime (Forbes-Mewett et al. 2015) by Dely Lazarte Elliot (HERD 23 May 2017)
♦ Research by engagement to better understand our communities: Chinese immigrants’ changing values and perceptions of funeral rites in the context of multicultural Australia (with Assoc Prof Gil-Soo Han, Dr Wilfred Wang & SMCT)
SBS Mandarin Podcast link (interview with Dr Wilfred Wang)