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GLobe: All-Ireland Programme for Immigrant Parents. Final Evaluation Report
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, 2012-02)
In 2007, the Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, was commissioned by the PMC to evaluate Globe: All Ireland Programme for Immigrant Parents. From 2007 ¿ 2009 a number of interim evaluation reports were submitted ...
The BELONG Programme
This report documents the early implementation phase of the BELONG Programme and forms the first report of 3 in the overall evaluation of the BELONG Programme. The overarching aim of this chapter is to provide a context ...
Accessing a hard to reach population: reflections on research with young carers in Ireland
(Wiley Online Library, 2012-08)
In keeping with developments in children's rights, research is increasingly including the views of children. Accessing a hard to reach population of children can, however, raise significant ethical and methodological ...
Tusla – Child and Family Agency research needs analysis report
(Tusla Child and Family Agency, 2016-10)
The purpose of the Research Needs Analysis conducted on behalf of Tusla Ireland s Child and Family Agency is to respond to Tusla s Research Strategy specifically in terms of identifying and prioritising the research and ...
Fostering social innovation in youth: Learning from a youth social entrepreneurship initiative in Ireland
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)
Wave Change was a youth social entrepreneurship initiative in Ireland, established to work directly with youth, aged 18-25, to develop the knowledge, skills and networks they needed to drive social change. Reflecting on ...
'He told me to calm down and all that': a qualitative study of social support types in a youth mentoring programme
The worldwide growth in formal youth mentoring programmes over the past two decades is partly a response to the perception that young people facing adversity do not have access to supportive relationships with adults and ...
Introducing commissioning in Ireland: establishing a baseline
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway, 2017-05)
Established on 1 January 2014, through the Child and Family Agency Act, Tusla is responsible for improving well-being and outcomes for children.1 In 2014, Tusla published the first nationally developed commissioning ...
Commissioning in Ireland: exploring the landscape for child and family services: a literature review.
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway, 2016-12)
In 2014, Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, published the first nationally developed commissioning strategy for child and family services in the Republic of Ireland. The strategy defines commissioning as ‘the process ...
If I can make their life a little easier, then I'm happy: Study of Young Carers in the Irish Population
The purpose of the study was to examine mechanisms through which young carers in Ireland can be identified, to investigate the impact of caring on their lives and to examine ways in which they can be assisted.
A Formative Evaluation of the Jobstown Alternative Response Model (ARM)
(Child and Family Research Centre, 2010)
Ever since the publication of the Kennedy Report in Ireland in 1970 (Kennedy, 1970), the challenge of how best to meet the needs of children and families has been increasingly debated in policy, practice, academic, political ...