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CRFR Newsletter : September 2015
Newsletter sharing information about what's happening at CRFR
Evaluating the Young Mothers' Service using contribution analysis: lessons learned
This briefing reports on an evaluation initiative conducted by the Early Intervention team of West Lothian Council, with support from CRFR. The briefing focuses on how this evaluation initiative worked for the Young Mothers’ ...
Manifesto for Partnerships between Universities and Non-academics
(Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, 2015)
The Manifesto takes a process approach to thinking about partnerships between academics and those outwith their academy. It looks at identifying partners, and then goes through the stages of partnership research: starting ...
Family formation and dissolution: trends and attitudes among the Scottish population
(Scottish Government, 2004-03)
This Research Finding draws together existing Scottish data on trends in family formation and dissolution. This includes data on marriage and divorce from the General Register Office for Scotland (GROS), Scottish censuses ...
Participation for Change
In September 2002, new legal rights in the form of the Community Care and Health (Scotland) Act 2002 recognised the contribution of many thousands of unpaid carers in Scotland. This briefing reports on a study of how Carers ...
Work-life balance across the lifecourse
In Summer 2004, CRFR held an international conference to explore work-life balance across the lifecourse. This briefing outlines some of the main issues from the conference, explores what we might learn from international ...
A Baseline Study of Outcome Indicators for Early Years Policies in Scotland
(Scottish Government, 2004-06)
The indicator study involved analysis of data on a range of ‘indicators’ identified in a previous feasibility study as relevant to the early years’ policy objectives. A number of indicators related to health and pre-school ...
Cool with Change: young people and family change
This research briefing reports on interim findings from a study which seeks to understand more about young people's perspectives on what kinds of support are helpful to them.
Older women and domestic violence in Scotland - update 2008
This report provides an update on literature published since an earlier research project, Older Women and Domestic Violence in Scotland, conducted in 2003-2004 and published in June 2004. The original project was ...
Knowledge Exchange at CRFR: Past, present, future
CRFR set out with the aim to make research accessible to policy-makers and practitioners, and to act as a focal point for research on families and relationships. Over ten years it has emerged as a leader in the knowledge ...