Relationships Australia research encompasses a broad range of relevant topics and includes surveys, interviews, relationship statistics and evaluation of programs. Our research is published in reports, relevant journals and online.
We conduct our own research as well as partner with other organisations on relevant research projects. If you are interested in a research partnership please email us. All our research is reviewed by our Human Research Ethics Committee.
Our recent research includes:
Relationships Australia NSW (RA NSW) has provided behaviour change programs for more than twenty
years, for men who use violence in their intimate relationships. This research looks at the outcomes of this program which sets out to stop voilence and make families safer. Read more
Relationships Australia surveys the Australian population every few years to increase our understanding of relationships – intimate relationships, family relationships and connection with the community. The results of the 2011 Relationships Indicators Survey is available here.
This paper examines the literature regarding adolescent-parent relationships, and explores the evidence for family involvement in interventions to address adolescent problems. Published in AFRC Briefing No. 16 by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.