Author Archives: Helen Walker

CRFR International Conference

Week Commencing 22 June 2020

The theme for our conference in June 2020 is Intersectionality, families and relationships.   Announcement of keynote speakers and the timetable for abstracts will be coming early in the new year.

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Advances in Childhood Studies: A symposium for Kay Tisdall

Wednesday 28th November 2-4pm, Room LG11, George Square entrance to David Hume Tower University of Edinburgh

Professor Samatha Punch, University of Stirling: Why have
Generational Orderings been Marginalised in Childhood Studies?

Professor John Davis University of Strathclyde: What Works?
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Exploring Legacies of Injustice and Inequality; Enabling Just and Equal Futures, OLIRN event, University of Edinburgh

Monday 3 December 2018

Ongoing Legacies International Research Network (OLIRN) and Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR) are holding a conference on Monday 3 December 2018.  

The OLIRN research network interrogates contemporary and future approaches to the ongoing … read more

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International early years scholar visiting CRFR

Dr Zhang Chun is visiting from Shenzhen city of Guangdong (Canton) Province, one of the most dynamic cities in the Southeast China near Hong Kong. She works at Normal College, Shenzhen University, and has been a Senior lecturer in the read more

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CRFR and School of Social and Political Science

Wednesday 31 October 2018, 1-3pm
David Hume Tower – Room LG11

The Centre for Research on Families and Relationships CRFR wants to maximise its role as a platform to showcases SSPS research and knowledge exchange work on families and relationships; … read more

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Learning from Family Group Conferencing: Reimagining approaches and outcomes to child care and protection

Dr Mary Mitchell has undertaken research in collaboration with Children 1st and the Centre for Research on Family and Relationships at the University of Edinburgh asking about the contribution that FGC makes to longer- term outcomes for children at risk … read more

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