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Congratulations to Dr Mary Mitchell

CRFR PhD graduate, Dr Mary Mitchell is returning to the University of Edinburgh, taking up a lectureship in social work.  She passed her PhD in Social Policy in January 2018, on Reimagining Family group Conferencing ‘Outcome’ and also won the Scottish Graduate School of Social …read more

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Congratulations to Dr Eloi Ribe

Dr Eloi Ribe has been appointed to a Career Development Fellowship in Quantitative Methods in Social Science, based in Social Policy.  The post is funded by a combination of grants from the Leverhulme Trust and the Nuffield Foundation.  He will start in November 2018. Eloi …read more

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Personal networks of young adults in Switzerland: Social capital, educational and work aspirations

This large project will survey a national cohort of young men, mostly aged 19, in 2020-21 who will participate in a compulsory information session on the Swiss military service. An additional sample of young women living in Switzerland will be interviewed. In total, n=50,000 participants will …read more

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Gender Based Violence Research and Resources in Scotland: 2018

A new briefing, highlighting recent publications and resources relating to GBV work in Scotland has been compiled by  Scottish GBV Research Network (of practitioners and researchers)  and the University of Glasgow GBV Research Forum . Download the briefing here.

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Exploring child-led research: PhD awarded to Patricio Cuevas-Parra

Congratulations to Patricio Cuevas-Parra who has successfully defended his PhD thesis ‘Exploring child-led research:Case studies from Bangladesh, Lebanon and Jordan’. His research critically explores how the process and outcomes of children and young people’s participation in their own child-led research contributes, positively or negatively, to …read more

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Research Impact Awards – Success for CRFR PhD students

Congratulations to CRFR PhD Graduate Dr Mary Mitchell and CRFR Associate PhD student Arianne Critchley who have achieved success in the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science 2018 Research Impact and Knowledge Exchange Competition. Mary was announced as the winner for her work Reimagining Family Group …read more

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