Drawing on data from LSAC this report examines the impact of joblessness and part-time work on the wellbeing of parents and their children.
Each year the Institute is commissioned to produce a range of reports. The most recent reports (published by the commissioning organisation) are listed below. See also AIFS Research papers and reports
Evaluation of a pilot of legally assisted and supported family dispute resolution in family violence cases: Final report
Evaluates whether the model addresses practitioner and family safety, safe parenting arrangements and best interests of children.
Showcases a selection of evidence-based programs from Western Australia and nationally that demonstrate best or promising practice in strengthening th
Evaluates whether the program is working in the best interests of children, addressing power imbalances, and less adversarial dispute resolution.
Views of adolescents in separated families: A study of adolescents' experiences after the 2006 reforms to the family law system
Explores how adolescent children view their experience of parental separation in the context of the 2006 family law reforms.
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.