This short resource defines program evaluation in the context of child and family support services for those who are new to evaluation.
All publications are also listed in our library catalogue.
This paper examines how men's behaviour change programs and fathering programs address fathering issues for men who use violence.
This Insights Report aims to provide a broad overview of the health of males in Australia and highlight specific concerns affecting this group.
This report explores people's responses to the financial impact of COVID-19 and their concerns about their current and future financial situations.
Australian Institute of Family Studies annual reports describe the research and operations of the Institute, along with highlights for the year.
Outlining the results of our Gambling in Australia during COVID-19 study, we look at the effect of restrictions on gambling behaviour and wellbeing.
This qualitative study investigated the relationship between gambling and violence by men against their female intimate partners.
This report looks at how COVID-19 affected our recreational and 'spare time' activities and how we spent time with our family, alone and with others.
Parent and child co-resident status among an Australian community-based sample of methamphetamine smokers.
This study describes the characteristics of a sample of parents who primarily smoke methamphetamine and their child or children's residential status.
Families in Australia Survey: Life during COVID-19: Report no.4: Dads spend more quality time with kids
This report shows how due to the COVID-19 pandemic many dads were available to spend more time with their kids than usual.