Author Archives: Sarah Burton

Book now for December seminars

Check out our December seminar programme: http://www.crfr.ac.uk/eventsandtraining/training/seminars/

4 December 2013 Exploring childhood identities and their relationship with equality and social justice
11 December 2013  Full-spectrum childhood: the relational space of self-confident children
12 December 2013 Out-of-school activities and children’s learning… read more

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New briefing: claiming an evidence base for services and interventions

New briefing on claiming an evidence base for services and interventions was launched at CRFR’s conference, So What? Measuring impact in services for children and young people. The briefing is by CRFR with Evaluation Support Scotland, based on an analysis … read more

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Measuring impact in services for children and young people

Book your place at our 22 October conference: So What? Measuring impact in services for children and young people. Speakers include Laura Lundy and Lesley Emerson from the Research Centre for Children’s Rights and keynote speech from Violence Reduction Unit’s … read more

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Professor Evan Stark public lecture

From domestic violence to coercive control: Reframing partner abuse as a public health problem

Professor Stark codirected the Yale Trauma Studies with Professor Anne Flitcraft, conducting path-breaking research that was the first to document the significance of domestic violence for … read more

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New briefing: domestic abuse and gender inequality

Domestic abuse is both a cause and a consequence of gender inequality.

Understanding gender as the central factor in domestic abuse enables us to develop services sensitive to the differing needs of individuals affected by domestic abuse. Assumptions that men … read more

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