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Webpages tagged with «Children in care»

Published July 8, 2013 02:41 PM

The Care Pathways and Outcomes Study is a unique longitudinal study that has been following a population of children in care in Northern Ireland. This study is a longitudinal study, which began in 2000 by the Institute of Child Care Research at Queens University Belfast.  

Published July 1, 2013 04:47 PM

The Care Pathways and Outcomes Study is a unique longitudinal study that has been following a population of children in care in Northern Ireland. This study is a longitudinal study, which began in 2000 by the Institute of Child Care Research at Queens University Belfast.  

Published June 18, 2013 11:14 AM

This project aims to bring together a range of disciplines – child care professionals, historians, archivists, sociologists, information technologists – alongside care leavers, to explore and understand the barriers and issues in tracing information and accessing records. These workshops will identify the practical, technical, policy and legislative issues which need to be addressed.

Published May 29, 2013 04:47 PM

The report identifies and analyses the approach to deinstitutionalisation that was adopted in Moldova, and identifies best practices and lessons that may be relevant, useful and replicable by other initiatives and organisations both within Moldova and worldwide.

Published May 29, 2013 04:23 PM

The report identifies and analyses the approach to deinstitutionalisation that was adopted in Moldova, and identifies best practices and lessons that may be relevant, useful and replicable by other initiatives and organisations both within Moldova and worldwide.

Published Sep. 12, 2008 10:44 AM

NOVA is a research institute under the auspices of the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research. The aim of the institute is to develop knowledge and understanding of social conditions and processes of change. We focus on issues of life-course events, level of living conditions and aspects of life-quality as well as on programmes and services provided by the welfare system.

Published Sep. 11, 2008 11:31 AM

The Children's Institute UCT seeks to contribute to policies, laws and interventions that promote equality, realise the rights and improve the prospects of all children in South Africa. Established at UCT in 2001, the CI seeks to bring about positive change in the lives of children through a complex but carefully honed combination of social and legal research, multiple level evidence-based advocacy and public engagement, capacity-building, and a communications strategy designed to reach diverse audiences. 

Published July 18, 2008 10:34 AM

The Children's Research Centre was established in 1995 and is a joint initiative of the School of Psychology and the School of Social Work and Social Policy at Trinity College Dublin. The Centre undertakes multi-disciplinary, policy and practice-relevant research on issues concerning children and young people and the contexts within which they live their lives.

Published July 16, 2008 09:54 AM

The Centre For Family Research has a worldwide reputation for innovative research that increases understanding of children, parents and family relationships with a focus in topics that are of relavance to public policy, health care and people's lives.

Published July 10, 2008 03:16 PM

The Centre for Research on the Child and Family aims: To advance our knowledge of the effectiveness and efficiency of children's services across the statutory, voluntary and independent sectors; To advance our conceptual understanding of the psychosocial development of children and the diverse meanings of family life across the life span in a changing and multi-cultural society; To contribute and to disseminate policy and practice knowledge which will enhance the well being of children in their families and communities; To work in collaboration with or on behalf of child and family agencies in the statutory, voluntary and private sectors in the United Kingdom and overseas.

Published July 10, 2008 02:36 PM

The CCYP promotes the status of children and young people in research, policy and practice. It brings together four important strands: an interdisciplinary approach; a focus on research, education and advocacy for children and young people; an emphasis on cross-sectoral partnerships to promote evidence-based policy and practice and the inclusion and participation of children and young people.