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Become a leading voice in the Catalyst research program

Open source for positive action

Catalyst is an open-source research program that interrogates the major social and environmental issues we face today as a society. 

The program gathers consumer opinion every month on more than 30 issues including gender inequality, mental wellbeing, COVID-19, climate change, ocean pollution, plastics waste, domestic violence and many more.   

Major findings and analysis are provided free of charge to program supporters, in an effort to enable businesses to better understand the issues we face and identify areas for their own action. Businesses are also able to explore issues in more depth and test ways they can make an impact by asking their own questions in the monthly survey. Simply put: it’s research for good.

Become a Guest Analyst

As a member of The Research Society, you are invited to become a Guest Analyst of Catalyst. As a Guest Analyst we will empower you to ask questions about the issues you are most passionate about in exchange for writing about the findings you get. We will help promote your analysis via the Catalyst website, socials and share it with program supporters.

This is an opportunity to demonstrate your thought leadership in areas you care about whilst helping create discourse about the fundamental challenges we face.

If you’d like to join us and help use research for good then please click on the link below to find out more about the program and becoming a Catalyst Guest.

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The Research Society is the peak body for research, insights and analytics professionals in Australia. It has a diverse membership of individuals at all levels of experience and seniority within agencies, consultancies, client-side organisations, the non-profit and government sectors, support services as well as institutions and the academic community. As well as over 2,000 individual members, the Research Society has 125+ company and client partners, with the number continuing to grow. The Research Society research professionals and company partners commit to and are regulated by the Research Society Code of Professional Behaviour.