Conference Papers Online

The following recent conferences/ forums have been selected from the Australian Family & Society Abstracts (FAMILY) database, a bibliographic database compiled by staff at AIFS and available on the Informit platform.

As the proceedings of many conferences are now only published online, the database indexes and links to individual conference papers for the purpose of recording ongoing research and practice in family studies and related social sciences. We welcome information about other conferences and papers that would be suitable for indexing.

Conference Papers and Presentations

ARACY Communities for Children Conference
Sydney, November 2007
Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth

Presentations from Past events - conferences and seminars are also available on the the ARACY website.

Association for the Welfare of Child Health 10th National Conference - 'Healthy Solutions for Children: Making the Right Choice'
Parramatta, NSW, April 2005
Australian Association for the Welfare of Child Health

2006 ACWA Conference - 'Positive Futures'
Association of Children's Welfare Agencies

10th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect - 'Blossoming of our children'
Christchurch, New Zealand, February 2006

Australian Association of Gerontology 38th National Conference - 'Exploring the meaning of ageing through practice, policy and research' (PDF 1.45 MB)
Surfers Paradise, Qld, November 2005

7th Australian Conference on Quality of Life
November 2005
Deakin University

8th Australian Conference on Quality of Life
November 2006
Deakin University

Australian Institute of Family Studies Conferences - papers from the Institute's 5th, 1996; 6th, 1998; 7th, 2000; 8th, 2003; and 9th, 2005 Australian family research conferences

Australian Social Policy Conference
Sydney, July 2005
Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales

Australian Social Policy Conference
Sydney, July 2007
Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales

Australia's Welfare 2005 Conference: Connected Challenges, Connecting Response
30 November 2005
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australia's Welfare 2007 Conference: Disadvantage and diversity
Canberra, December 2007
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Delivering crime prevention: making the evidence work
November 2005, Sydney
Australian Institute of Criminology

From Welfare to Social Investment: Reimagining Social Policy for the Life Course
February 2007 ('Presentation abstracts' includes complete papers)
Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne

Health and well-being in remote Australia: public seminar
Canberra, November 2005
National Rural Health Alliance

HILDA Survey Research Conference 2005
Melbourne, September 2005
Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of Melbourne

HILDA Survey Research Conference 2007
Melbourne, July 2007
Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of Melbourne

Indigenous Socioeconomic Outcomes: Assessing Recent Evidence: A CAEPR Conference
Canberra, August 2005
Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy, Australian National University

International Conference on Engaging Communities
Brisbane, August 2005
An Initiative of the United Nations and Queensland Government

International Forum on Family Relationships in Transition: legislative, practical and policy responses
Canberra, December 2006
Australian Institute of Family Studies

Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Research Conference
Melbourne, December 2007
Australian Institute of Family Studies

4th National Homelessness Conference - The great Australian dream - waking up to homelessness
Sydney, March 2006
Australian Federation of Homelessness Organisations

8th National Mediation Conference
Hobart, May 2006

8th National Rural Health Conference
Alice Springs, NT, March 2005
National Rural Health Alliance

Passion, power, practice: 2nd National ACROD Ageing and Disability Conference
Hobart, July 2005
National Disability Services

Road to where? The politics and practice of implementing welfare-to-work: forum papers
Brisbane, July 2006
School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, University of Queensland

Safety, Crime and Justice: from Data to Policy
Canberra, June 2005
Australian Institute of Criminology

Social Change in the 21st Century
Brisbane, June 2005
Australian Institute of Criminology

State of Australian Cities Conference 2005
Brisbane, November 2005
Griffith University

Time Use and Gender Seminar
Sydney, June 2006
Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales

Transitions and risk: new directions in social policy: International Social Policy Conference
Melbourne, February 2005
Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne

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