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Webinar – Family violence, separated parents and fathering

July 17, 2014 at 9:57 AM

The Australian Institute of Family Studies is hosting a webinar next Thursday, 24th of July, 3:30 - 4:30pm NZ time.

This webinar will highlight findings and discuss the implications of recent research projects into family violence and fathering.

Dr Rae Kaspiew will discuss the Survey of Recently Separated Parents 2012, which aimed to identify opportunties for improving support for children and their families after separation. In particular, detailed insights into the extent, severity, impact and disclosure of family violence will be explored.

Professor Cathy Humphries will describe a recently funded ARC project into family violence and fathering programmes. The state of knowledge around family violence and fathering programmes will be discussed, as will the challenges that arise when the issue of men's relationships with children is raised within the context of family violence.

Click here for more information, including how to register.

Category: Research