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'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 ...
Children and young people's participation in decision-making withini Tusla: a baseline assessment prior to the implementation of the Programme for Prevention, Partnership and Family Support
(The UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2017-03)
The aim of this report is to assess to what extent the participation of children and young people was embedded in Tulsa s culture and operations, prior to the implementation of the Tusla Prevention, Partnership and Family ...
'Computer Characters': Barnardos participatory IT project for children, Galway: evaluation report
(Child & Family Research & Policy Unit, WHB/NUI Galway, 2004)
Developing Children's Participation: Lessons from a Participatory IT Project
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, advances in the sociology of childhood and the consumer rights movement have placed the spotlight on children¿s rights in society, challenging those working with children to ...
Facilitating family decision making: A study of the Family Welfare Conference Service in the HSE Western Area
(Child & Family Research and Policy Unit, NUI, Galway, 2006)
Working for children and families: exploring good practice
(Child & Family Research and Policy Unit, WHB/ NUI Galway, 2004)
Big Brothers Big Sisters Ireland: youth mentoring programme Galway, Mayo & Roscommon: evaluation report
(Child & Family Research and Policy Unit, NUI, Galway, 2005)
A formative evaluation of the Community-Based Family Support Programme
(Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2008)
Exploring Good Practice in Child and Family Services: Reflections and Considerations
(Taylor and Francis, 2007)
The prospect of furthering good practice in child and family services is something that is in everybody¿s interest, service users, practitioners, policy makers, and academics alike. However, it is a task fraught with ...
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.