Dr Monica Campo joined the Institute in August 2013 and works in the Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) Information Exchange. Since joining AIFS, Monica has worked on the Domestic and Family Violence Prevention research project and was lead author on ‘the ‘Children affected by domestic and family violence: A review of domestic and family violence prevention, early intervention and response services’ report.
Monica previously worked as researcher on the longitudinal Post-separation Parenting and Financial Settlements Study at Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne. Her work on this project included interviewing parents and children and analysing parents’ and children’s experiences of care arrangements and financial decisions following separation.
Monica completed her PhD at La Trobe University in Sociology. Her thesis examined contemporary childbirth discourses in media, public debates, policy, and among pregnant women.
Campo, M. (2015). Children's exposure to domestic and family violence: Key issues and responses (CFCA Paper No. 36). Melbourne: Child Family Community Australia information exchange, Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Campo. M., Kaspiew, R., Moore, S., & Tayton, S. (2014). Children affected by domestic and family violence. Commissioned by NSW Family and Community Services. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Tayton, S., Kaspiew, R., Moore, S., & Campo. M. (2014). Groups and communities at risk of domestic and family violence. Commissioned by NSW Family and Community Services. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Fehlberg, B., Millward, C., Campo, M., & Carson, R. (2013). Post-Separation Parenting and Financial Arrangements: Exploring Changes Over Time. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 27 (3) 359-380.
Campo, M., Fehlberg, B., Millward, C., & Carson, R. (2012). Shared Parenting Time in Australia - Exploring Children's Views. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 34(3) 295-313.
Millward, C., Campo, M., & B. Fehlberg. (2011). Mothers who are liable to pay child support. Family Matters 86 62-71. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Fehlberg, B., Millward, C., & M. Campo. (2011). Shared post-separation parenting: Pathways and outcomes for parents. Family Matters 86 33-39. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.
L. Newman, K. Reiger and M.Campo (2011). Maternity Coalition: Australia's national maternity consumer advocacy organization. in The 21st Century Motherhood Movement edited by Andrea O'Reilly. Demeter Press, Torronto.
Fehlberg, B., Millward, C., & M. Campo. (2010). Post-separation parenting arrangements, child support and property settlement: Exploring the connections. Australian Journal of Family Law 24, 214-241.
Campo, M. (2010). Trust Power and Agency in Childbirth: Women's Relationships with their Obstetricians. Outskirts 22.