Our Fellows

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Fellow Year Project Report
Pauline MACKIEWICZ, Pauline 2007 To examine programs that achieve positive outcomes for children placed with relatives or kin as a result of child protection intervention - USA, Canada, U.K. PDF  
Cath MADDOX, Cath 2007 To study spiritual care of the bereaved through life review programs - USA, U.K., Italy PDF  
Felicity REYNOLDS, Felicity 2007 To examine programs that assist vulnerable and complex chronically homeless people - USA, Canada, U.K. PDF  
Peter WESTOBY, Peter 2007 To compare models of practice that address inter-cultural youth violence in cities - New Zealand, USA, U.K., South Africa PDF  
AnneMarie WHITE OAM, AnneMarie 2007 To examine programs established to increase media coverage for women in sport - New Zealand, USA, UK PDF  
Jason DAVIES-KILDEA, Jason 2006 To study holistic models of care, for highly disadvantaged people, which have been established in faith-based communities - Kenya, U.K., USA PDF  
Judith FOSTER, Judith 2006 To observe ways in which information about children with special needs is shared by interdisciplinary teams with families in different settings - USA, Canada, U.K. PDF  
Stephen GIANNI, Stephen 2006 The Jack Brockhoff Foundation Churchill Fellowship to investigate models of leadership development for people with disabilities - U.K., Ireland, Germany PDF  
Natalie HALL, Natalie 2006 The 40th Anniversary Churchill Fellowship (WA) to compare multi-agency services provided to children and families where the child requires a forensic interview, medical examination, legal services, counselling and family support services - USA, Canada, U. PDF  
Kristen HILTON, Kristen 2006 To investigate innovative strategies for improving legal services to people experiencing homelessness and at risk of homelessness - South Africa, USA, U.K., Switzerland PDF  
Carol HUBERT, Carol 2006 To examine culturally inclusive outreach and extension mental health initiatives to geographically dispersed migrant and refugee populations and strategies for developing the cultural competence of rurally-based mental health service providers - Canada, U PDF  
Mark JACKSON, Mark 2006 To study the operation of Family Justice Centres which offer co-located services to victims of domestic violence - U.K., USA PDF  
Sonya KUPFER, Sonya 2006 The 40th Anniversary Churchill Fellowship (QLD) to assess Protective Behaviours and Sexual Abuse Education Programs for particularly vulnerable children delivered outside the education system - USA, Canada, U.K. PDF  
Rod NOCKLES, Rod 2006 To examine public communication programs with emphasis on private and public sector partnerships designed to protect children using the internet - Singapore, U.K., France, USA PDF  
Jim STYNES OAM, Jim 2006 The 40th Anniversary Churchill Fellowship (VIC) to study evidence based youth programmes and models that support the building of self esteem and resilience in young people - USA, U.K. PDF  
Amanda YOUNG, Amanda 2006 To examine successful community based child sexual assault healing circles being implemented in Canadian Aboriginal communities - Canada, USA PDF  
Helen AL HELWANI, Helen 2005 To assess strategies used for settling non-English speaking immigrants into dominant Western cultures with the view of adapting the most effective methods into Australian rural communities - New Zealand, USA, Canada, U.K., Ireland PDF  
Lesley COOK, Lesley 2005 To identify and compare the management processes which have contributed to the success of collaborative partnerships between community service agencies - U.K., USA, Canada PDF  
Jennifer DWYER, Jennifer 2005 To explore programs for assessing juvenile sex offenders with particular emphasis on maximising possibilities for family reunification and reconciliation - U.K., USA PDF  
Simon FAULKNER, Simon 2005 The Department for Community Development (WA) Churchill Fellowship to investigate the use of music therapy interventions with "at risk" groups including youth, indigenous populations and substance misusers - Canada, USA PDF  
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