Durham University is seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work with Professor Linda McKie, SASS Head of School, on the research project Gender, Work and Families to undertake application, development, data analysis and writing for publication. The successful candidate will be based on …read more
Applications are invited for a full-time, three-year PhD studentship to undertake a research project entitled: The place of ‘spirituality’ in street children’s lived experiences: understanding the implications of religious and other spiritual beliefs and practices for growing up on the streets in Africa The studentship …read more
CRFR Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Professor Fran Wasoff has been named an Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences. The Academy cites Professor Wasoff as “the leading socio-legal researcher in family law in Scotland”. An award of Academician recognises an academic’s contributions to his or …read more
CRFR are delighted to be part of the new What Works Scotland centre announced last week by the ESRC. Over the next three years WWS will work closely with Community Planning Partnerships and other stakeholders to find, create, evaluate and communicate the evidence of what …read more
Lynn Jamieson has been elected as the new president of the BSA. This is a prestigious post so congratulations from everyone at CRFR. We are also delighted to hear that Linda McKie was elected as a new trustee to the BSA Council. Congratulations to both.