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To contribute to our understanding of how paid work and family time interact, this paper examines how characteristics of parental paid employment are associated with differences in parent-child time.
With an increased participation of mothers in paid employment, especially in part-time work, and an...
This is the position paper for a study examining the prevalence, nature and impact of intergenerational homelessness in Australia.
It looks at the patterns and determinants of intergenerational homelessness and homelessness service-use in Australia, and the role and impact of service delivery and policy...
Family homelessness is increasing in Australia, and this report details how homelessness affects the everyday experiences of women with children. It examines how homelessness affects citizenship: the ways in which women understand and negotiate rights and responsibilities, belonging and participation.
The research was undertaken...
This report documents one of three themed studies undertaken as part of the national evaluation of the Stronger Families and Communities Strategy 2004-09. It explores how Communities for Children, Invest to Grow and Local Answers projects and activities have engaged clients who may be considered...
Family joblessness is one of the most significant problems facing Australian society today. This article is based on a report prepared for the Australian Social Inclusion Board.
Following its establishment in May 2008 the Australian Social Inclusion Board was asked by the government to...