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This paper looks at the needs of such young people, critically examines Commonwealth government policies which affect them.
Home ownership for low income families: Second evaluation report on the Victorian Ministry of Housing and Construction Capital Indexed Loan (CAPIL) Scheme : Second evaluation report on the Department of Planning and Housing Victoria Capital Indexed Loan Scheme [CAPIL]
This second stage evaluation focuses on three issues: Change in family circumstances; Management of costs; Level of satisfaction.
Home ownership for low income families: Executive summary: Second evaluation report on the Department of Planning and Housing Victoria Capital Indexed Loan Scheme [CAPIL]
Describes the loan recipients, changes to their employment situation, their housing costs, their housing satisfaction, home improvements they made
Defines part of the workforce as low wage workers and then examines their characteristics in terms of employment, family type and income.
Young People Leaving Home in Australia: The trend towards independence: Australian Family Formation Project Monograph No 9
About why they leave, how old they are when they leave, where they go, who they live with, whether or not they return and why they return.
The case studies on which this book is based derive from a larger survey by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, carried out in 1982.
A report prepared in conjunction with the National Youth Coalition for Housing
This book examines the links between family characteristics and children's developing competence,
Getting a lot further: Some factors influencing decisions which ethnic families make about children's schooling and post-school futures
A report prepared for the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Multicultural and Migrant Education 1987