A few places still remaining for this 2-day course tutored by KE expert Melanie Barwick. The course is intended for anyone who has an interest in: Sharing research knowledge with (multiple) audiences beyond the traditional academic community Increasing (and demonstrating) the impact potential of their …read more
This week marks the launch of ‘Social Justice, The Common Weal and Children and Young People in Scotland’, with the Jimmy Reid Foundation. In this blog, Authors John Davis, Louise Hill, Kay Tisdall , Liam Cairns and Selwyn McCausland consider how to make Scotland the …read more
Sarah Cunningham-Burley has been elected to become a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE). The competition for these prestigious awards is extremely fierce so congratulations to Sarah from CRFR.
The AHRC funded project, ‘A History of Working-Class Marriage in Scotland’, is holding a one day public engagement workshop, supported by CRFR, open to academics, postgraduates and practitioners. The goal is to connect academics with practitioners in order to better shape our understanding of Scottish …read more
CRFR’s About Families project poster was one of three winners at the UK’s first Knowledge Mobilisation Forum. Both the design of the poster, and the detail of About Families as an innovative Knowledge Mobilisation Project meant that it won a ballot to be presented in …read more