This seminar focused on three broad aspects of living alone in Australia based on the most recent data available.
Webinars and seminars
Our webinars and seminars feature well-known speakers with expertise in contemporary family research issues.
Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) also hold regular events throughout the year. For more information see CFCA Events .
A free public seminar that examined the role of government in reducing harm in the gambling space.
This webinar presented the evidence on "what works" to engage fathers, and described recent initiatives using digital technology with dads.
“Flying over the radar”: Changing practice to support children and families where a parent has a mental illness
This webinar described ways to foster systemic change in practice to improve outcomes for families where a parent has a mental illness.
This seminar reported on key findings of a 13 year program of inter-disciplinary research in these broad areas.
Parents working out work: An examination of families’ interactions with paid employment in Australia today
In this presentation, Dr Baxter drew upon recent AIFS research, to provide insights on maternal and paternal employment in Australia.
In this seminar, the lead researcher on the ICL Study, Dr Rae Kaspiew, presented an overview of the main findings of the project.
Draws together published and ongoing quantitative research that documents the experiences of racism amongst school-age children in Australia.
This seminar centred on the idea that our society is in denial about the impact of alcohol (and other drugs) on Australian communities.
Recent and impending demographic change in Australia: Implications for households, family and housing
In this seminar, Professor Hugo summarised contemporary trends in the size, composition, and distribution of the Australian population.