One in four Australians reported moderate to severe levels of distress this year, with the highest levels reported by young people.
This report evaluates four criminal justice diversion programs identified by the National Indigenous Law & Justice Framework as promising practices.
This report by the Productivity Commission examines whether policies and programs are achieving positive outcomes for Indigenous Australians.
ABS survey finds Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of all ages are more likely to be living with a disability than non-Indigenous people.
The Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC) provides high quality, evidence-based publications and resources for policy-makers, researchers and professionals in the area of gamblings.
Since 1945, more than 700 000 refugees and displaced persons, survivors of conflicts in over 60 countries, have resettled in Australia. Every general practitioner (GP) will have patients who have had refugee-like experiences.
The Conversation series on Child Protection in Australia includes the following articles:
Beyond the bubble wrap: Understanding parents’ fears in allowing their children to play and travel independently, contains the preliminary findings of this research, which suggests that children’s independence was related to parental concerns about safety in general and harm from strangers in...
This research paper, Domestic, family and sexual violence in Australia: an overview of the issues, updates several previous Parliamentary Library publications on the levels of violence experienced by women in Australia.
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