AIFS seminar series
The Australian Institute of Family Studies Seminar Series presents eminent speakers focusing on contemporary issues in national and international family research. All seminars are free and open to the public.
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Contact the Seminar Coordinator with your full contact details and the seminar you wish to attend or phone the Institute on (03) 9214 7888 and speak with the Seminar Coordinator. Please RSVP for the seminar you are interested in.
|Wednesday 27 November|
|Thursday 7 November||
Child support policies across 14 countries: Similar issues, different approaches
|Thursday 17 October||
Minding the money: Families and the management of older peoples assets
|Tuesday 6 August|
|Tuesday 16 July||
A truly wicked problem: Dealing with the complexities, realities and impact of the refugee debate
|Tuesday 11 June|
|Tuesday 28 May||
The back door in: Private immigration bills and transnational adoption to the US 1945-1961
|Wednesday 15 May||
Family law and family violence
|Thursday 11 April||
Eroticising inequality: Pornography, young people and sexuality?
|Thursday 14 March|
|Tuesday 26 February||
Every day care family life and parent-child-relations in Germany today
|Friday 15 February||
What can we learn from British Birth Cohort studies?
Australian Institute of Family Studies, Balluk room, Level 20, 485 La Trobe Street, Melbourne