Category Archives: Event

Moral Panics and the State

Book now for the third in this topical ESRC funded seminar series examing moral panics in the 21st Century.

Cardiff University, Friday 22 November.

For more details and to book go to: http://moralpanicseminars.wordpress.com/

Keynote speakers :
Professor Martin Innes, Director … 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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CRFR’s International conference 10-13 June 2013, Edinburgh

Book now for CRFR’s international conference, Researching families and relationships: innovations in methods. theorys and policy relevance 10-13 June, 2013, Edinburgh. Full list of papers now online. Speakers coming from 25 countries: Uganda, New Zealand, Denmark, Israel, Sweden, UK, Portugal, … read more

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

Limited places still available

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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Women’s Reproductive Health across the Lifecourse – Implications for Public Policy

This two-day interdisciplinary conference will bring together clinicians, policy makers, scientists, social scientists and other stakeholders to consider and debate the range of evidence relating to women’s reproductive health, its promotion and treatment of ill-health and to discuss the wider … read more

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