Past Events

2 December 2015
“Knowledge and know-how for preventing over-generational social problems for families with children: A Partnership Approach" Registration is free
24 November 2015
UNESCO Child and Family Research Center in association with School of Psychology, NUIG Lunch time seminar: “CURRENT ISSUES IN SOCIAL SUPPORT” Dr. Carolyn Cutrona & Professor Daniel Russell Institute for Social & Behavioral Research Department of Human Development & Family Studies, Iowa State University.
24 September 2015
You are invited to the second of a two-part seminar organised by Dr Simone McCaughren, UCC and Professor Caroline McGregor, NUI Galway, and supported by the Irish Branch of the British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (BASPCAN).
3 June 2015
The UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre would like to invite you to Lunch Time Research Seminar Series at which staff and PhD students at the Centre will share their research project findings and open up an informal discussion for the audience on their research topic. Each session will last for 40minutes, starting at 1.00pm including 20 minutes presentation followed by 20 minutes questions and discussion. The seminars will be held in the Institute for Lifecourse and Society on fortnightly basis, every second Wednesday beginning March, 11th until June 3rd. Lunch will be provided for each session. The lunch time seminars will give us an opportunity to create space and time for people to present their research and share it with wider University community, as well as help us reflect on work being carried out by colleagues and encourage discussion among the audience in a friendly environment.
28 May 2015
At the conference, the outcomes of the innovative 3-year project, BEAST!, will be presented by social researchers from the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre at NUI Galway. The team, comprising of Dr. Cormac Forkan, Dr. Lisa Moran and Patricia O’Sullivan, has been following and analysing the project closely since Baboró started working with scientists, teachers, artists and primary students in 2012 to place creativity at the heart of the teaching of the primary Science curriculum.
20 May 2015
The UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre would like to invite you to Lunch Time Research Seminar Series at which staff and PhD students at the Centre will share their research project findings and open up an informal discussion for the audience on their research topic. Each session will last for 40minutes, starting at 1.00pm including 20 minutes presentation followed by 20 minutes questions and discussion. The seminars will be held in the Institute for Lifecourse and Society on fortnightly basis, every second Wednesday beginning March, 11th until June 3rd. Lunch will be provided for each session. The lunch time seminars will give us an opportunity to create space and time for people to present their research and share it with wider University community, as well as help us reflect on work being carried out by colleagues and encourage discussion among the audience in a friendly environment.
7 May 2015
The UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre would like to invite you to Lunch Time Research Seminar Series at which staff and PhD students at the Centre will share their research project findings and open up an informal discussion for the audience on their research topic. Each session will last for 40minutes, starting at 1.00pm including 20 minutes presentation followed by 20 minutes questions and discussion. The seminars will be held in the Institute for Lifecourse and Society on fortnightly basis, every second Wednesday beginning March, 11th until June 3rd. Lunch will be provided for each session. The lunch time seminars will give us an opportunity to create space and time for people to present their research and share it with wider University community, as well as help us reflect on work being carried out by colleagues and encourage discussion among the audience in a friendly environment.
24 April 2015
The UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway in association with the Department of Children and Youth Affairs Cordially invite you to the launch of the following Research Report: An Operational Profile and Exploration of the Perceived Benefits of the Youth Café Model in Ireland Written by Dr. Cormac Forkan, Dr. Bernadine Brady, Dr. Lisa Moran and Mr. Liam Coen.