Provides an overview of GLBTIQ communities, and explores the key differences, debates and complexities around gender identity
Archived AIFS publications
These publications may be of interest for historical reasons. Because of their age, they may not reflect current research data or AIFS' current research methodologies.
Provides an overview of the research evidence on why Indigenous Australians have much lower employment rates than non-Indigenous Australians.
This paper summarises the research literature on the role and impact of shame for victims/survivors of intimate partner sexual violence
Interview with Helen Kambouridis from the Royal Children's Hospital, Gatehouse Centre
Explores what is known about service delivery coordination activities in regional, rural and remote areas of Australia.
Outlines key issues in institutional and care settings with identifying and responding to women’s recent and past experiences of sexual assault
Australian Institute of Family Studies Annual Reports describe the research and operations of the Institute, along with highlights for the year
This paper reflects on the limits of legal reform in improving outcomes for victim/survivors.
This report examines whether drought affected areas have higher rates of residential mobility out of these areas
The newsletter for the former Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault.
This paper provides policy makers with key findings about what works to improve Indigenous people’s lives and assesses the gaps in the evidence.
Living Well is dedicated to the provision of a supportive, accessible, respectful, service to men who experienced child sexual abuse or sexual assault
The newsletter for the former Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault, published from 2003 to 2011
Cairns Sexual Assault Service offers sexual assault counselling to victim/survivors of sexual violence in Far North Queensland
This resource sheet gathers together the findings from a wide range of research into the impacts of sexual assault on adult women
Report for National Families Week 2011 draws on recent statistics to provide a picture of selected aspects of Australian families in 2011
Designed to "debunk" the technical language associated with legislation, so those without a legal background can make sense of sexual assault laws
Supporting women from CALD backgrounds who are victim/survivors of sexual violence: Challenges and opportunities for practitioners
This Wrap aims to raise awareness of the circumstances of refugee and immigrant women who are survivors of sexual violence as they establish new lives
Parenting dynamics after separation: A follow-up study of parents who separated after the 2006 family law reforms
Examinees the pathways that separating families have taken through the family law system and the impacts of changes to the family law system.
This Wrap examines one initiative to improve women's experience the criminal justice system through the provision of support for victims