With the loss of anonymity in the fully online 2016 Census, many more Australians have reported ‘no religion’. We wonder how many of those are pagans who did not feel comfortable to document their pathway without the guarantee of privacy? Have a look at the stats on the ABS website.
Hey hey! PAN and the PAGANdash campaign got a mention in Wikipedia. Check out their article on Neopaganism in Australia.
The PAGANDash campaign will be analyised for its effectiveness and strategies, in the lead up to the 2016 census. To those that wrote their Pagan faith on the census for the first time, we thank you. To those that spread the word and asked their fellow Pagans to Stand Up and Be counted! we thank you. To…
Take a look at the CroneWyze article on the pagan categories in the 2011 Census.
Check out the latest article in The Wild Hunt entitled Pagan-Dash, the Census, and the Pagan Umbrella
All census workers must sign a confidentiality agreement to work on the census. There are stringent controls on the forms used and how they are distributed, collected and signed in; each census form must be accounted for. However we understand that some Pagans will still feel the possibility of vilification for their religion is the overriding reason for not…
PaganDASH (UK) would like to thank the Pagan Awareness Network of Australia and MorganAkasha for the use of their original project idea. Read the article.