The inquiry into migrant entry in Australia is examining the costs and benefits of immigration, the interaction of temporary and permanent migration.
Our events feature well-known speakers with expertise in contemporary family research issues. Find out about upcoming events, book to attend a seminar, register for a webinar or listen to one of our featured podcasts.
Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) also hold regular events throughout the year. For more information see CFCA Events .
The first 1000 days of childhood: Maximising protective factors in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families
This seminar explored how the first 1000 days of childhood can maximise protective factors in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.
This seminar will highlight key aspects of the longitudinal study of humanitarian migrants, including themes and topics covered in the survey design.
Professor Hal Kendig explored how investing in childhood may help to improve outcomes later in life.
This seminar highlighted new research findings on child custody evaluations in cases involving domestic violence.
This seminar focused on three broad aspects of living alone in Australia based on the most recent data available.
A free public seminar that examined the role of government in reducing harm in the gambling space.
In this Seminar, Professor Mushin discussed the process leading up to the National Apology for Forced Adoption.
This seminar illustrated how engagement by researchers with people with disabilities and their families can increase possibilities for social change.
In this seminar, Mr Mundine discussed ways of improving support networks for families in regard to education, employment, and small business.