Senior Research Fellow
Child & Family Evidence
Sharnee Moore is a researcher and evaluator. Sharnee currently leads AIFS’ Evidence and Evaluation Support project, which works with family and child focused service providers to build their capacity to plan, monitor and evaluate their family and child focused programs. Sharnee’s earlier research and evaluation work at AIFS includes contributing to the Evaluation of the 2012 Family Violence Amendments to the Family Law Act, research examining the Role of Independent Children’s Lawyers in the family law system, and a scoping study for a National Survey of Children and Young People in Out-of-home Care.
BA (UQ), BSocSci (JCU), Grad Cert Pub Admin (UC), JD (UC), Grad Dip Leg Prac (ANU), MEval (UniMelb)
Review of EGM pre-commitment features: Self-exclusion
This report provides analyses and options relating to applying self-exclusion features to electronic gaming machines as a consumer protection or harm minimisation…
Review of EMG pre-commitment features: Limit setting
The report provides analyses and options relating to applying limit-setting features to electronic gaming machines as a consumer protection or harm minimisation…
Review of EMG pre-commitment features: Transaction history…
This report provides a review of electronic gaming machine transaction history statements, including best practice design options.