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Children’s Research Network

Mentoring programme

As a new offer to members, the Children's Research Network have launched a structured research mentoring programme targeted at practitioner researchers and other professionals engaged in research with children and young people outside of academic structures and thus without the same access to support and supervision. The new programme is particularly relevant for early years educators, youth workers, social workers, teachers and research interested professionals working with children, young people and/or families. Link http://www.childrensresearchnetwork.org/activity/news/new-research-mentoring-programme

 

Summer school
The Children’s Research Network is holding the next summer school workshop on ' Recruitment and Sampling'. This will take place at our office in 9 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 on Thursday, 7th of September 6-8pm. Click here to read more. The Children’s Research Network Summer School is a series of evening workshops that include:

Statistical Analysis - 14th September
Practitioner Research and applying Research to Practice - 21st September
Ethics - 28th September
Practical Writing Workshop - 5th October
Qualitative Data Collection methods - 12th October
Reporting quantitative findings - 26th October

The workshop registration fee for CRN Members is €10 and Non-Members is €20. A special offer of signing up to five workshops at a reduced rate is available. Click here for more information.

Children’s Research Network Annual Conference

The theme of this year’s Conference is ‘Children and young people’s participation’. Giving voice to children and young people is a key priority in research, practice and policymaking. Recent years have seen considerable progress in involving children and young people, however barriers continue to exist.
We are extending the closing date for Network Members to submit an abstract to the 6th Children’s Research Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland Conference to the 14th of September. Click here for more information.

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