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Bridging the gap: Using Veerman and Van Yperen's (2007) framework to conceptualise and develop evidence informed practice in an Irish youth work organisation
While there is considerable support among the policy, practice and academic communities for the idea that practice in youth work should be based on evidence, Veerman and Van Yperen (2007) highlight the fact that little ...
Parenting in Direct Provision: Parents' Perspectives Regarding Stresses and Supports
(Taylor and Francis, 2014-04-23)
The Irish direct provision system for asylum seekers is acknowledged as providing a very challenging and exclusionary living environment for adults and children. To date, there has been little research focused specifically ...
"They Pulled Me Through the Darkest Times": exploring the social benefits of a women's group in rural Ireland
(Social Care Ireland, 2019)
While much has been written about the importance of women’s groups in the developing world, less is known about whether such groups have relevance in western societies. In Ireland, women’s groups played a key role in ...