To understand the priority gambling research needs in Australia, and the information needs of professionals and engaged community advocacy groups.
The Gambling Behaviour Checklist (GBC) has been designed for gaming venue staff to use to identify customers exhibiting problem gambling behaviour.
Proposal for a national gambling monitoring system to facilitate systematic, ongoing gambling data collection, analysis and dissemination in Australia
This project explored the service needs of family and friends of those affected by gambling.
In partnership with the Centre for Community & Child Health, AIFS is conducting a comprehensive evaluation of the Victorian Cradle to Kinder program.
The project developed resources and National Practice Standards to support Forced Adoption Support Services.
This project aims to develop a better understanding of the experiences of children and young people whose parents have used family law services.
This study seeks to increase understanding of the needs and experiences of formal carers of children who have been unable to live with their parents.
This project aimed to identify good practice services and/or programmes being delivered to migrant and refugee women and their families in Australia.
AIFS has conducted several important research studies on past adoption practices in Australia.