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ConsEnSus: consumption, environment and sustainability
(EPA Ireland, 2015)
Sustainable consumption is generally conceived as the use of goods and services that respond to basic needs and bring a better quality of life, while minimising the use of natural resources, toxic materials, and emissions ...
Considering the ‘Impact’ of access and widening participation: the undergraduate, postgraduate and employment experiences of NUI Galway access students
(i Access Centre, NUI Galway, 2015-09)
[No abstract available]
Language and migration in Ireland
(Immigrant Council of Ireland, 2017)
This report looks at the linguistic landscape in Ireland in 2017, using the words of migrants to describe their experiences in a changing and multilingual context. According to the 2016 Census, 612,018 people in Ireland ...
Guidance for developing ethical research projects involving children
(Department of Children and Youth Affairs, 2012)
The aim of this guidance paper, produced by a working group on behalf of the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA), is to advise on good practice principles for undertaking research with children (defined in ...
Widening participation in Higher Education in the Republic of Ireland. Report submitted to HEFCE and OFFA
(HEFCE (Higher Education Funding Council for England), 2013-10)
[No abstract available]
The detention of voluntary and involuntary patients in mental health facilities: the ethical considerations
(Department of Health, 2015)
It has been estimated that one in four people will experience some form of mental ill-health in their lifetime.1 This can range from feelings of anxiety, to depression, to more severe mental health problems, such as ...
Specific informed consent for blood transfusion: the ethical considerations
(Department of Health, 2013)
The Minister for Health, Dr. James Reilly T.D., established the National Advisory Committee on Bioethics in March 2012. The task of this Committee is to advise the Minister on the ethical and social implications of scientific ...
‘Hoping for a better tomorrow’: a process study evaluation of the Greater Tomorrow Crèche and Ballyhaunis Community Preschool Services, Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo, Summary Report
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2016-06)
This report presents the results of a qualitative, process study evaluation of the Ballyhaunis Community Preschool and ‘Greater Tomorrow’ crèche services, conducted by the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre (UCFRC), ...
Practitioner guide to literature review: permanence and stability for children in care
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, The National University of Ireland, Galway, 2016-06)
The purpose of this guide is to provide key messages from the main literature review for practitioners who wish to use the literature for report writing, court, case conferences and similar work processes. This guide ...
Lone parents and activation, what works and why: a review of the international evidence in the Irish context
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2016-09)
This research sought to discover those policies, programmes and practices which enable lone parents to engage in employment which will lead to adequate living standards and improved well-being for them and their children. ...