Event dates: 29-30 August 2017, Melbourne, Vic.
Report - Over-represented and overlooked: the crisis of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women’s growing over-imprisonment
This report makes recommendations to address the over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in the justice system.
Event date: 19 June 2017, Canberra, ACT.
Recent research has shown that postnatal mental health problems can be reduced through participation in the WWWT! program.
To celebrate National Families Week we've brought together a range of resources that focus on the wellbeing and diversity of Australian families.
Mothers on welfare represent one of the most vulnerable groups in society.
Research from Edith Cowan University has found that mothers living in rural, regional or remote (RRR) areas of Australia report varying levels of life satisfaction, with mothers of young children and those who moved to - rather than grew up in - rural, regional or remote communities experiencing the most difficulties.
Accessing maternal and child health services in Melbourne, Australia: Reflections from refugee families and service providers
People from certain refugee backgrounds may have had limited access to healthcare services prior to settling in Australia.
Mothers of school-aged children with disabilities often face numerous challenges, including mental health problems, and a health-care system with limited strategies specifically designed to support their needs.
Special edition on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. Articles include: the emergence of healing services; strengthening culture