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Developing inclusive research methodologies: testing the voice centred relational method of qualitative data analysis in a collaborative research project on early school leaving
(Child & Family Research and Policy Unit, WHB/ NUI Galway., 2004)
Committed to developing collaborative research processes and practices, this study sought to establish research partnerships between academic researchers, activists working in a context of social exclusion and those ...
Domestic Violence in Ireland: an Overview of National Strategic Policy and Relevant International Literature on Prevention and Intervention Initiatives in Service Provision
(Child and Family Research Centre, School of Political Science & Sociology, NUI Galway, 2008-02)
Introduction In order to address the problem of domestic violence from a strategic and evidence based perspective it is necessary to have a broad understanding of the current national and international policy and practice ...
A Review of the Teenage Health Initiative (THI) in the former Western Health Board - Final Report
(Child and Family Research Centre, School of Political Science & Sociology, NUI Galway, 2008-05)
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 ...
Youth Café Toolkit. How to Set-up and Run a Youth Café in Ireland
(Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, 2010-04)
Leading community change: delivering better outcomes in an Irish community. Childhood Development Initiative final process evaluation report
(Childhood Development Initiative, 2014)
In 2003, individuals from a number of organisations in Tallaght West came together with local residents with the shared desire of improving outcomes for children and young people in the area. This group’s consultation, ...
The evaluation of the Mol an Óige common sense parenting programme
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2017-04)
The researchers are grateful to all who contributed to this study and especially the CSP Facilitators who carried out the quantitative data collection, and the parents who kindly gave out their time in completing ...
Systems change: final evaluation report on Tusla's prevention, partnership and family support programme
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2018-09)
In 2015 the Atlantic Philanthropies, Ireland, funded a major programme of investment in parenting, prevention, and family support services which formed part of the overall early development of Tusla, the newly established ...