Adam Ridley's PhD research seeks to evaluate how policies of multicultural integration adopted by liberal democracies lead to improved racial discrimination, equal opportunity, mutual cultural accommodation, and social cohesion outcomes for migrant groups. Based at the Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity, he is conducting a multiple case study comparing policy frameworks and outcomes from Australia, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
Bachelor of International Studies (Honours), Flinders University (2014)
Adam facilitates tutorials for the topics POLI1003 ‘Introduction to Democracy and Government’ (2015-2017) and POLI1012 ‘Introduction to Political Ideas and Public Policy’ (2015). His teaching interests include:
Adam is a member of the Australian Political Studies Association.