Evaluation of a trial of a simpler and faster court-based process for dividing property under $500,000 between separated couples.
In recognition of AIFS’ 40th anniversary, Families Then and Now outlines some of the changes in Australian households and families from 1980 to today.
The FaC Expert Panel Project provides tools and expertise aimed at building the capacity of FaC service providers to use evidence in practice
Life during COVID-19 will explore how Australians are coping with the Coronavirus pandemic
This third survey explored the ways in which Australian families were managing their relationships, connections, supports, work and finances.
This fourth survey will explore the ways in which Australian families are managing their relationships, connections, supports, work and finances.
This second survey explored how Australians have adapted moving towards 'COVID normal'.
This research project seeks to identify and understand key demographic trends in Australian family life in order to inform family-related policy.
Good practice in delivering and evaluating interventions for young people with harmful sexual behaviours
This project aims to foster a shared understanding about effective approaches in responding to young people with harmful sexual behaviours.
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children is a major study following the development of 10,000 children and families from all parts of Australia.