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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 ...
A literature review for integrated planning for improved outcomes for children and families.
(Cooperation and Working Together (CAWT), 2008)
Increasingly, policy makers and service managers, planners and practitioners are encouraged, and often mandated, to work together to achieve better outcomes for children and young people. The momentum towards formally ...
The Development of Monitoring Tools for ISPCC Services
The ISPCC Citizen Child Strategy (ISPCC, 2005) includes a proposal to evaluate the effect of its work. In order to undertake such an evaluation, a system of performance and outcome measurement that was valid and reliable ...
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 ...
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, 2008-02)
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 initiatives ...
Ballinasloe Family Support Service: evaluation report
(Child & Family Research and Policy Unit, WHB/ NUI Galway, 2005)
Towards a better future: research on labour market needs and social exclusion of one parent families in Galway city and county
(Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2007)
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 ...
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 ...