Changing perceptions on Anzac Day

Posted on: Fri 23 Apr 2021

The number of Australians attending Anzac Day dawn services has fallen over the last 5 years.

Research indicates this could be due to shifting perceptions on what Anzac Day means to Australians, with increasing anti-war attitudes, and a fading relevance to younger and more diverse demographics.

Dr Romain Fathi, Senior Lecturer in the College of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences at Flinders University joins Breakfast’s Tom Mann and Paul Davies to discuss.

Image: Gnangarra via Wikimedia Commons

Produced by Soph Landau


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