Research

Relationships Australia conducts relationship focused research, as well as research in partnership with universities and other organisations on a range of relevant topics.

Online Survey

Relationships Australia's monthly online survey

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Media release: Restorative practice

A recent survey conducted by Relationships Australia on restorative justice found that almost half of respondents felt that victim support was the most important response to crime. This contrasts with men (15%) and women (7%) indicating they thought that punishment was the most important response to crime.

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Wellbeing of Relationships Australia Family Support Program Clients

In 2012, the Relationships Australia National Research Network worked together to collect data and assess the psychological distress levels among Family Support Program clients.

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Australian Relationships Indicators

Relationships Australia surveys the Australian population every two to three years to find out what is going on with our relationships.

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Relationships Australia Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) Outcomes Study

Relationships Australia (RA) is undertaking a national research project designed to generate evidence on the outcomes and efficacy of RA FDR services, in both parenting and property disputes. The study will identify variables that contribute to effective FDR outcomes, as well as the barriers to reaching durable agreements.

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