Building a New Life in Australia is a large longitudinal study that examines how humanitarian migrants settle into a new life in Australia.
Beyond 18 is a long-term research project about the lives of young people in out-of-home care and their experiences of leaving care in Victoria.
This study is investigating the health and wellbeing of families of Australian Defence Force members, transitioned members and reservists.
The Australian Temperament Project (ATP) is a longitudinal study that has been running for over 35 years.
The Australian Gambling Research Centre conducts research on gambling behaviour, trends, harms, prevention, treatment and policy.
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children is a major study following the development of 10,000 children and families from all parts of Australia.
This project explores the trends in mothers' employment participation and the characteristics of mothers' employment.
The Sexual Violence Research team at AIFS explores issues relating to sexual violence.
This research project seeks to identify and understand key demographic trends in Australian family life in order to inform family-related policy.
This project will develop an evidence-based, nationally acceptable and usable definition of elder abuse.