Child & Family Evidence
Dr Stewart Muir is an anthropologist and Executive Manager of the Child & Family Evidence research program at the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Stewart has more than 25 years’ experience as a researcher in private consultancy, academia and government and has extensive experience of developing and administering multi-method research and evaluation projects. He has led projects on military families, out-of-home care, service provision to families, and building service capacity for evidence-based practice. He also has extensive experience working with Australian First Peoples and communities experiencing disadvantage. In addition to his subject matter expertise, Stewart has taught and published on qualitative research methods.
BA (Hons) (ANU), PhD (La Trobe)
Identifying strategies to better support foster, kinship…
This is a summary report about carer's needs by AIFS and Murawin, funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services. The government wanted to know…
ldentifying strategies to better support foster, kinship…
This is the final report from the research project Identifying Strategies to Better Support Foster, Kinship and Permanent Carers.
Process evaluation of the Third Action Plan 2016–19
This report is an evaluation of the Third Action Plan of the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and Their Children.