Category Archives: News

Training workshop with Gerison Lansdown

Children and young people’s participation: How do we know if it is making a difference?

21 March 2017, 9.30am to 4.30pm
Quaker Meeting House, Victoria Street, Edinburgh

This workshop will explore why it is important to measure children and young … read more

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‘Let’s Talk About Abortion’ – A new animated film for young people

In September 2015, CRFR published important research on young people’s views and knowledge about abortion. The research highlighted major gaps in young people’s knowledge about where, when and how abortions are provided in Scotland, as well as the stigma that … read more

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New seminars for 2017

Join us for our informal seminars – all welcome!

“Maybe he’s caring”: responding to disabled women who experience domestic abuse
Wednesday 8 February 2017   •   12.30pm to 1.30pm

The prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences in Scottish children in the first

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Maurice Tomlinson in conversation

On 22 October CRFR Associate Director Matthew Waites hosted the event Maurice Tomlinson: in conversation as part of ‘Document Human Rights Film Festival‘ at the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow.

Maurice Tomlinson is a leading … read more

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Conference: Young People’s Transitions: Dimensions, Difficulties and Diversity

Registration is now open for this one day conference at The University of Edinburgh, April 21 2017

The University of Edinburgh’s Childhood and Youth Studies Network and the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships will be holding a free, … read more

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Seminar: Games people play at work: emotions and emotional display in relations between co-workers

Thursday 19 January 2017 • 12.30pm to 1.30pm
CRFR meeting room, 23 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh

Maja Sawicka, University of Warsaw

Workplaces, understood as ‘formal organisations’, constitute a particular setting for interpersonal relations. According to Weber in his analysis of bureaucracy, … read more

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