Blackwell’s Books, Edinburgh, Thursday 18 February, 6.30pm

A Guide to Therapeutic Child Care provides an easy to read explanation of the secrets that lie behind good quality therapeutic child care. The launch of the book, which is co-authored by CRFR … read more

Policy Press have announced that the number 1 downloaded paper in ‘Families Societies and Relationships’ for 2015 is ‘Using research to influence family services and policies: issues and challenges’ by CRFR co-director Sarah Morton and colleagues Sandra Nutley (Director of … read more

CRFR is offering two Continuing Professional Development courses for those interested in research with children and young people. These courses are convened by Dr Susan Elsley and Professor Kay Tisdall who have extensive experience in delivering education and training on … read more

An End to the Crisis of Empirical Sociology?
Trends and Challenges in Social Research

New book co-authored by CRFR associate director Linda McKie. How should sociologists collect, analyse and make best use of the vast arrays of ‘big data’ generated … read more

Following on from the success of the first seminar in the series ‘Digital Families Across the Lifecourse’, booking has now opened for seminar 2 – ‘Digital families are here to stay’.
This event will take place on 26 February 2016 … read more

Sunday 15th November
Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)
350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD

‘LGBTI Human Rights Activism and Film’ brings to Scotland for the first time the work of the unique transnational project Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights, on … read more

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