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These collected essays explore the complexities that confront those who frame social policy and those involved in the social services and legal systems that intersect with child and family issues.
There are few areas of policy that carry greater complexity than...
Australian families have changed significantly over the last thirty years but they remain the basic unit in society for caring for each other and raising children, according to this report.
At the time Australian Institute of Family Studies commenced operations in 1980, the marriage...
This report presents the results of the evaluation of the short-run impacts of the Communities for Children (CfC) initiative on child, family and community outcomes.
The study was based on a three-wave longitudinal study of 2,202 families living in 10 sites that had a...
This facts sheet is about the diverse range of families in which Australians live and the diverse ways in which they provide support to one another.
Families are very diverse and take many shapes and forms. They also typically extend across a number of...
Life events or transitions are understood to be circumstances that have an unsettling element for individuals (and from a systemic perspective, for family members also). Life events or transitions, even when pursued and ultimately beneficial, usually require adjustment on one or more fronts and relinquishment...