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Keep Them Safe evaluation framework: final report (PDF1.8MB)
Discussion paper, 2010
Commissioned by the New South Wales Department of Premier and Cabinet
Adamson, E., Bromfield, L., Edwards, B., Gray, M., Hilferty, F., Katz, I., McDonald, M., McHugh, M., & Valentine, K.
Keeping in touch: extended family networks
Family Matters no. 32, Aug 1992
Millward, C.
Keeping income support on the youth policy agenda
Youth Studies v. 6, Feb 1987
Maas, F.
Keeping the peace: resolving conflict between parents and adolescents
Family and Conciliation Courts Review v. 32 no. 2 Apr 1994, 20Family and Conciliation Courts Review v. 32 no. 2, Apr 1994
Wolcott, I., & Weston, R.
Keeping up with information and communication technology
Australian family trends no. 7, 2015
Qu, L., & Weston, R.
Key social issues in the development of Australian family law : research and its impact on policy and practice
Journal of Family Studies v. 19 no. 2, Aug 2013
Moloney, L., Weston, R., & Hayes, A.
Kids, cops, lock ups and the Convention on the Rights of the Child
Citizen child : Australian law and children's rights, 1996
Sandor, D.
Kids Help Line data: child maltreatment calls
Kids Help Line , Apr 1997
Tomison, A., & McGurk, H.
Kinship care
NCPC research brief no. 10, 2007
Bromfield, L., & Osborn, A.
Kinship care: a review of issues
Family Matters no. 85, 2010
Boetto, H.