This webinar explored practitioners’ child-centred work with separating parents to support the child’s wellbeing and parent–child relationship.
Divorce and separation
‘Give children a bigger voice, more of the time’: Findings from the Children and Young People in Separated Families project
Recent research conducted by AIFS highlights the importance of incorporating child-inclusive practices in the family law system.
A new study exploring the meaning of home for children and young people after separation aims to inform living arrangements that work for them.
Give children a bigger voice more of the time: Children’s and young people’s experiences of the family law system
This webinar discussed recent research on young people’s experiences of the family law system and its implications for child-inclusive practice.
An exploration of strategies to engage and address issues for family members who are continuing to live with domestic violence.
In the context of rising housing costs and financial stress, parental separation in low-income families can trigger greater risk of homelessness.
Findings from a large research study on Australia's family law system tell a complicated story.
The Australian Children's Contact Services Association calls for the regulation of all CCSs in order to protect vulnerable family members.
This paper describes the characteristics of families using Children’s Contact Services, and outlines key issues for service provision in this area
Dr Hayley Fisher explores the interaction between institutional support, repartnering and the economic impact of relationship breakdown.