Children and Young People in Separated Families: Family Law Experience and Needs Survey
The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) has been commissioned by the Federal Attorney General's Department to undertake the Children and young people in separated families: family law system experiences and needs project. The aim of this project is to build on the existing empirical base on families to develop a better understanding of experiences of children and young people after the separation of their parents and the extent to which their needs are met within existing family law system formats.
AIFS are looking for children and young people between 10 & 17 years old whose parents engage with family law services to participate in in-depth, semi-structured individual interviews. A short separate interview will also be undertaken with one parent of the child or young people.
For more information on the survey,participation requirements and recruitment procedures please click here.