Parenting Across Scotland (PAS) has just published a collection of essays about parenting in Scotland entitled ‘Scotland: the best place in the world to bring up children?’  With contributions from CRFR, this publication can be dowloaded here.… read more

Growing Up in Scotland (GUS), a longitudinal study that is currently tracking the lives of two cohorts of children from across Scotland, marked its 10 Year anniversary with the publication of a report reflecting on the key findings to-date: ‘… read more

CRFR is offering two Continuing Professional Development courses in research with children and young people in 2016:

  • Involving children and young people in research and consultation
    10 & 11 March 2016
  • Using creative methods in research with children and young
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CRFR is delighted to have been awarded a grant from the Scottish Insight institute to run a series of events exploring the influence of digital technology on family life. It will provide opportunities to explore the increasing presence of domestic … read more

CRFR in consultation with ResearchImpact in Canada and the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) have developed a Manifesto for Partnerships between Universities and Non-academics.

The manifesto can be used as a tool for people interested in research partnerships, … read more

This is a unique opportunity to become involved in the excellent journal ‘Families, Relationships and Societies’ published by The Policy Press. Currently seeking a new editor (or editors) to take over from Jacqui Gabb and David Morgan on the innovative … read more

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