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CRFR is supported by:
University of Aberdeen
University of Dundee
The University of Edinburgh
University of Glasgow
Glasgow Caledonian University
University of the Highlands and Islands
University of Queensland
University of Stirling
University of West of Scotland
Young fathers as ‘experts by experience’ in father-inclusive practice
Join Professor Anna Tarrant to discuss young fathers as ‘experts by experience’, and their role promoting father-inclusive practice. An online event taking place on Mon, 27 March 2023, 12:00 – 13:00 BST
Collaboration, partnership working and finding unlikely allies – a lunch time seminar invite
The Binks Hub at the University of Edinburgh is hosting an online seminar on Collaboration, Partnership Working and Finding Unlikely Allies on Wednesday 8th March 2023, 12-1pm.
Seminar recording – Anxiety at Home: Exploring family experiences of eco-anxiety in Britain
In the recording of this seminar, held on Thursday 10 June 2021, Dr Bridget Bradley shares early findings from her ongoing project “Eco Worrier Eco Warrior”, which is funded by the Scottish Funding Council, and supported by her research team (Dr Rika Hirose, Hannah Fitchett and Eleonora Ranuzzi)
Informal Seminar – Anxiety at Home: Exploring family experiences of eco-anxiety in Britain
In this seminar, Dr Bridget Bradley shares early findings from her ongoing project ‘Eco Worrier, Eco Warrior, which is funded by the Scottish Funding Council, and supported by her research team (Dr Rika Hirose, Dr Hannah Fitchett and Eleonora Ranuzzi).
Seminar Recording – Marriage in Past, Present and Future Tense
In this seminar, held on Wednesday 21 April 2021, Professor Janet Carsten discusses the findings from an ongoing collaborative project funded by the European Research Council, ‘A Global Anthropology of Transforming Marriage’ (AGATM).
Mothers living with domestic abuse in Scotland – a tale of poverty and social inequality
CRFR are pleased to publish Briefing No 94, which explores mothers’ experiences of domestic abuse and its relationship to poverty and social inequality. Using data from the Growing Up in Scotland study, this project examines age, socio-economic status and level of education to illustrate how multiple dimensions of poverty overlap and interlock with experiences of domestic abuse.
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