Author Archives: Sarah Burton

The Savile revelations: lessons for protecting children and young people – Free seminar 13 March

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In this seminar Children 1st chief executive Anne Houston and CRFR research associate Sarah Nelson  will discuss the implications of the Savile revelations for future protection of children and young people from sexual abuse, and on … read more

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PhD Viva passed – birth cohort analysis of parenting

Congratulations to Stephen Hinchliffe for passing his PhD Viva. Stephen has been using Growing up in Scotland data as part of a analysis of birth cohort studies to explore the concept of collaborative parenting. The research was was funded through … read more

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Briefing – assessing research impact

Assessing research impact: A case study of participatory research – this new briefing by Sarah Morton and Jennie Fleming looks at how participatory research with social workers contributed to the de-institutionalisation of care provision for children in the Ukraine. The … read more

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NEWS – CRFR response

CRFR response to Measuring child poverty: a consultation on better measures of child poverty, Department for Work and Pensions and Department for Education and read Morag Treanor’s CRFR blog postread more

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NEWS – Young Digital website

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Young Digital is a resource for anyone with an interest in using digital media for research, consultation or participation activities with children and young people. It contains information and advice about:

  • the technical aspects of using digital media in research
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Growing up in Scotland Birth Cohort 2

Growing Up in Scotland: Birth Cohort 2. Results from the First Year
The latest Growing up in Scotland report provides a detailed insight into the first set of data collected from the study’s second birth cohort – representative of all … read more

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