Archived AIFS publications

These publications may be of interest for historical reasons. Because of their age, they do not reflect current research data or AIFS' current research methodologies.


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Annual report 2011-12

Annual Report— October 2012

Australian Institute of Family Studies annual reports describe the research and operations of the Institute, along with highlights for the year

Annual report 2011-12

Reconciliation action plan 2012-14

Corporate document— July 2012

This plan formalises AIFS commitment to working with and for a very important and significant group, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians

Reconciliation action plan 2012-14

Increasing Indigenous employment rates

Matthew Gray, Boyd Hunter and Shaun Lohoar
Closing the Gap— March 2012

Provides an overview of the research evidence on why Indigenous Australians have much lower employment rates than non-Indigenous Australians.

Increasing Indigenous employment rates

Annual report 2010-11

Annual Report— October 2011

Australian Institute of Family Studies Annual Reports describe the research and operations of the Institute, along with highlights for the year

Annual report 2010-11

Annual report 2009-10

Annual Report— October 2010

Australian Institute of Family Studies annual reports describe the research and operations of the Institute, along with highlights for the year

Annual report 2009-10

Families then and now: 1980-2010

Alan Hayes, Ruth Weston, Lixia Qu and Matthew Gray
Research summary— October 2010

The focus of this Facts Sheet is on broad family trends. It was prepared to celebrate the 30th anniversary of research by AIFS.

Families then and now: 1980-2010

Homelessness and sexual assault

Zoë Morrison
ACSSA Wrap No. 7 — September 2009

This Wrap considers the needs of victim/survivors of sexual assault who are also experiencing homelessness

Snapshots of family relationships

Lixia Qu and Ruth Weston
Research summary— May 2008

The Australian Institute of Family Studies prepared this Snapshot of Family Relationships report to support the 2008 National Families Week

Snapshots of family relationships

Fertility and family policy in Australia

Matthew Gray, Lixia Qu and Ruth Weston
Research Paper No. 41 — February 2008

Provides an overview of fertility trends and their potential implications for Australia, as well as key current government policies and schemes

Fertility and family policy in Australia

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