CIRCA, with 20 years experience, is an industry leader in research and evaluation with culturally diverse communities and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We are commissioned by Government and non-government agencies and corporate sector to inform their understanding of the diversity of voices across the Australian population.
Our key strength is our extensive national network of highly skilled bilingual and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research consultants. Our approach delivers insightful outcomes for clients while upholding a culturally sensitive, respectful and collaborative approach.
Our team have strong research, evaluation, policy and communications backgrounds and extensive experience working in cross-cultural settings. This unparalleled experience and depth of knowledge offers significant value for our clients when developing strategies, programs or services.
Methodologies are tailored to each project, and include community consultation and engagement, in-depth interviewing, focus groups, survey data, participatory methods, as well as other approaches appropriate for a given context.
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Anne has more than 18 years of experience in conducting research and evaluation with Indigenous Australians and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Anne’s expertise includes both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, program evaluation, attitudinal and developmental research, and communications research.
Anne has managed projects for both public and private sector clients across a diverse portfolio including health, welfare reform, education, employment, justice, family violence, problem gambling and financial services. Anne is a member of the Australasian Evaluation Society; Australian Market and Social Research Society; and a Qualified Market Research Practitioner (QPMR).
Pino is a leading expert on multicultural marketing and communications strategies; access and equity policies; and arts and cultural policies. He has worked extensively with governments, corporates and community groups on a wide range of projects since founding Cultural Perspectives in 1994.
Pino was Chair of Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia for four years to 2013 and holds a number of key advisory roles, including as a representative on the NSW Police Multicultural Advisory Committee and the Department of Human Services Council on Strategy and Innovation.
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