This project extent to which direct cross-examination was a feature in cases involving self-represented litigants in families characterised by alleged
Brief, statistical publications which outline changing family trends.
Settlement outcomes of humanitarian youth and active citizenship: Economic participation, social participation and personal wellbeing
This research summary reports on how young people aged 15-25 years old from humanitarian backgrounds are settling in Australia.
Working Together to Care for Kids: Foster and relative/kinship carers and their experiences: Research Snapshot (1 of 5)
This Research Snapshot focuses on the socio-demographic characteristics of foster and relative/kinship carers and aspects of their care experience.
This Research Snapshot focuses on carers' reports on their access to and views on service support.
Working Together to Care for Kids: Carer support and training for caring role: Research Snapshot (3 of 5)
This Research Snapshot focuses on carers' reports on training they had received and the degree of contact with their caseworker.
Working Together to Care for Kids: Carers' views - Rewards and challenges: Research Snapshot (4 of 5)
This Research Snapshot explores the thoughts and feelings of carers of out-of-home-care children about their care experience
Working Together to Care for Kids: Carers' wellbeing and family relationships: Research Snapshot (5 of 5)
This Research Snapshot directs attention to carers' wellbeing and their family relationships.
This Research Summary explores participants' risk of psychological distress shortly after arrival in Australia and at annual interviews after that.
A discussion about the factors affecting the settlement success for recently arrived humanitarian migrants.
A discussion of pornography and its effects on children and young people.
English skills, engagement in education, and entrance into employment of recently arrived humanitarian migrants
This research summary explores the factors affecting the settlement success of humanitarian migrants.
Our study shows that long hours, non-standard work times and work pressures have significant impact on how children view time spent with their father.
This Families Week fact sheet takes a close look at the data about "stay-at-home dads", to see if that perception matches reality.
Examines the views of Australians about the obligations of parents and their adult children concerning financial and accommodation support.
Children raised in same-sex parented families progress emotionally, socially and educationally at the same rate as other children.
Australian fathers who spend more time on childcare are the most satisfied with their relationships with their children
Explores the different phases of family, from the families we live with as children to the families we form as we grow older.
Becoming a mother heralds a dramatic change in the lives of Australian women.
Wave 1 findings from the Building a New Life in Australia (BNLA) longitudinal study.