The Kids in Communities Study (a cross-disciplinary collaboration) will investigate community level factors influencing early childhood developmental outcomes using a mixed methods approach in up to 10 communities across Australia.
The Michael Project (MP) works with homeless men across major life domains: health and wellbeing, social participation and economic participation. It offers an integrated service response across different Mission Australia sites in metropolitan Sydney.
This two-year project, led by Professor Cathy Humpries and Marie Connolly from Melbourne University, will focus on the relationship between statutory child protection, family law, and community-based services, gathering and analysing evidence synthesised through a participatory action research process to strengthen the co-design of the service systems.
This study builds on previous AHURI research on the community housing sector to examine the role of CHOs in addressing homelessness in the context of the current expansion of the sector. It addresses two strategic research issues: 1.
The NSW Commission for Children and Young People is required to provide statistics on the health, welfare and wellbeing of NSW children and young people according to Section 11 of the Commission for Children and Young People Act 1998.The objective of this research is therefore to produce chapters