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Putting feminism at the heart of governance

CRFR briefing on feminist values and governance, written by Shirley Otto, has been featured in Third Force News. Based on conversations with trustees and other associates, the research outlines six feminist values that are  fundamental to good governance: solidarity, … read more

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Event: Dialogues with Scotland’s History of Domestic Abuse

Researchers from University of Glasgow are holding a one-day symposium, Dialogues with Scotland’s History of Domestic Abuse, on Friday 20 June 2014.

It is hoped that the event will bring together a network of people researching and working in the … read more

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Congratulations to Linda McKie

Linda’s co-authored article, Gendered policy and policy on gender: the case of domestic violence, is one of the 5 most read articles in Policy and Politics. Congratulations from everyone at CRFR.… read more

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PhD opportunity on technology and work-life boundaries

The proposed doctoral project will be supervised by Dr Karolina Kazimierczak and Professor Natasha Mauthner from the University of Aberdeen Business school, building on their existing study, Digital Epiphanies. This project will explore organisational policies and practices related to … read more

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NEWS – CRFR mentioned in Parliament

CRFR research by Nancy Lombard on young people’s attitudes to violence mentioned as part of a Scottish Parliament debate (see p.14288)kajfajdlfjadfjkdjf

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EVENT – CRFR International Conference 2013

Researching Families and Relationships: innovations in methods, theory and policy relevance.… read more

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