This resource sheet provides a summary of findings from a survey exploring how professionals in the youth and family sector use digital technology.
All publications are also listed in our library catalogue.
Outlines the role and duties of children's commissioners, and how they differ between Australian states and territories
Direct cross‑examination in family law matters: Incidence and context of direct cross‑examination involving self-represented litigants
This report explores quantitative and qualitative data relevant to direct cross‑examination involving self-represented litigants in family law matters
Children and young people in separated families: Family law system experiences and needs: Final Report 2018
This Research Report investigates the experiences and needs of young people whose parents have separated and have accessed the family law system.
This Style Guide provides guidance regarding the writing and editorial style preferred by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
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.
A four-guide series on developmental differences intended for professionals supporting vulnerable children and their families.
Developmental differences in children who have experienced adversity: Emotional dysregulation (practice guide 1 of 4)
The focus of this resource is emotional dysregulation; which may put a child at increased risk of social and emotional difficulties over time.
Developmental differences in children who have experienced adversity: Diminished social reward (practice guide 2 of 4)
This resource focuses on diminished response to social reward; which we believe may put a child at increased risk of developing depression over time.
Developmental differences in children who have experienced adversity: Difficulty with executive functioning (practice guide 3 of 4)
A resource on difficulty with executive functioning; which we believe may put a child at increased risk of learning and behavioural issues over time.