Author Archives: kirsten.thomlinson@ed.ac.uk

Food for thought for Father’s Day

Families, Relationships and Societies are publishing a special issue on contemporary fatherhood to coincide with Father’s Day on 21 June. The issue brings together authors reflecting and discussing fathering in the UK, France, Italy, Sweden and Denmark. They have kindly … read more

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Aftercare services for child victims of sex trafficking: a systematic review of policy and practice

Dorothy Neriah Muraya and Debi Fry have recently had their article, ‘Aftercare services for child victims of sex trafficking: a systematic review of policy and practice’, accepted by peer-reviewed journal Trauma, Violence and Abuse. The article has been … read more

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Research on young players and football registration informs Parliamentary debate

Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People commissioned research by Carole Ewart with Kay Tisdall (Social Policy/ CRFR), to inform Scottish Parliament debates.

In June 2014 the Scottish Parliament Public Petitions Committee (the Committee) invited Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and … read more

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Asking the tough questions in a special issue of International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies

A team of researchers, led by CRFR Co-Directors Kay Tisdall and Jeni Harden and CRFR PhD Student Cara Blaisdell have recently published a special issue in the International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies on the involvement of children … read more

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CRFR has role in the new What Works Scotland centre

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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 … read more

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Lynn Jamieson elected as new president of the BSA

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 … read more

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