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This special edition is dedicated to issues of collaboration.
Arguments supporting interagency collaboration permeate the literature and child welfare guidelines internationally. Yet, difficulties in interagency communication and coordination have nevertheless plagued child welfare services over many years. Strong collaborative practice takes...
This paper outlines the final case study in a research project which examines how international development non-government organisations conduct their work with Aboriginal organisations and communities in Australia.
The author was keen to explore how international non-government organisations (NGOs) working with Indigenous communities and...
This paper assesses how the economic support provided by parents to young adults as they complete their education and enter the labor market is related to the family’s socioeconomic circumstances.
It addresses this issue using detailed survey data on intergenerational coresidence and financial transfers...
This publication presents results from the survey of Children's Participation in Cultural and Leisure Activities conducted in April 2009. While the publication primarily provides information about the participation of children aged 5 to 14 years in cultural, sporting and other leisure activities, details on children's...
Why should we be concerned about the gap between the rich and the poor? In this paper Janet Taylor examines this issue from the experience and perceptions of children born in 1990 and growing up in low and high income households. It draws on findings...