Australian Institute of Family Studies
Delivering quality research on family wellbeing
Living Alone in Australia: Trends, nature and outcomes
Professor David de Vaus & Dr Lixia Qu
Thursday 26 March
Data Linkage Integrating Authority
AIFS is now an accredited Data Linkage Integrating Authority. This means the Institute is authorised to undertake data integration projects involving Commonwealth data for statistical and research purposes.
- Beyond 18: Longitudinal Study on Leaving Care - New surveys for out-of-home care caseworkers and carers on Victoria are now live.
- New projects - AIFS is leading two new research projects funded under the inaugural grant round of Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety (ANROWS).
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- Child sexual abuse research - resources and information
- Past adoption and forced family separation
- Demographics of living alone
This AIFS Family Trends shows that there is tremendous diversity of "living alone" and that living alone has very different meanings within various sub-groups.
- Family law court filings 2004-05 to 2012-13
This AIFS Research Report sheds light on the impact on court filings of the 2006 and 2009 family law reforms.
- Family Matters 95: Coming of age: Australia's flagship longitudinal studies
This issue of Family Matters presents a range of articles describing longitudinal studies being conducted on families and family wellbeing.
- Families, policy and the law: Selected essays on contemporary issues for Australia
This AIFS book seeks to explore some of the complexities that confront both those who frame social policy and those involved in the legal systems that intersect with child and family issues.