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CRFR International Conference 2016 – catch the early bird rate while you can!

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Book now for CRFR’s international conference 2016 ‘Unequal Families and Relationships’. Early bird rates are only available until 31 March 2016, with subsidised places for PhD students and voluntary organisations (one place per organisation).

For further details go to:

www.crfr.ac.uk/international-conference-2016/read more

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Article by CRFR Associate Researcher in the press

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CRFR Associate Researcher and research specialist on child sexual abuse, Sarah Nelson writes in ‘The National’ newspaper.

In the article headed ‘Orkney, Ayrshire, Cleveland … will the authorities ever learn about child sexual abuse cases?’ Sarah explains why past sexual … read more

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Informal seminars at CRFR

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Children and families managing school health
messages in the context of the ‘obesity epidemic’
2 March 2016 • 12.30pm – 1.30pm

Children’s emotional connections with pets
9 March 2016 • 12.00pm – 2.00pm

The Chair is my legs, the ventilator … read more

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Workshop: Practicing Narrative Analysis with Professor Ann Phoenix

Seminar Room 5 of the Chrystal Macmillan Building, Wednesday 17 February, 2-4pm

This event is hosted by the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR) and the Centre for Education for Racial Equality (CERES). It is open to advanced read more

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Book launch: A Guide to Therapeutic Child Care: What you need to know to create a healing home

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Blackwell’s Books, Edinburgh, Thursday 18 February, 6.30pm

A Guide to Therapeutic Child Care provides an easy to read explanation of the secrets that lie behind good quality therapeutic child care. The launch of the book, which is co-authored by CRFR … read more

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CRFR co-director Sarah Morton and colleagues take number 1 spot

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Policy Press have announced that the number 1 downloaded paper in ‘Families Societies and Relationships’ for 2015 is ‘Using research to influence family services and policies: issues and challenges’ by CRFR co-director Sarah Morton and colleagues Sandra Nutley (Director of … read more

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