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Outcomes for permanence and stability for children in long-term care in Ireland
(Irish Foster Care Association, 2018)
This article is based on research about children in long-term care. It focuses on the factors that help and hinder a child being and feeling stable in their foster home and having a sense of permanence. The research was ...
Contemporary research in Irish education: Volume 5: Book of abstracts of the 7th Annual Postgraduate Research Seminar
(School of Education, NUI Galway, 2018-04-11)
We are delighted to welcome you to the 7th Annual Postgraduate Research Seminar of the School of Education, NUI Galway. A central part of the School of Education’s recurrent Research Seminar Series, this annual research ...
Migrating myths: From Greece to Nicaragua, Mexico and Ireland
(Society for Irish Latin America Studies (SILAS), 2018)
Michèle Najlis is a Nicaraguan poet associated with the Sandinista Revolution; her 1991 collection of poems Cantos de Ifigenia (Songs of Iphigenia) has had a deep and lasting impact on my academic and creative work. ...
Labour and education-related migration in the age of globalisation: new links between Brazil and Ireland
(Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, 2018-12-22)
International migration over great distances is one expression of increased global connectivity. Migration between Brazil and Ireland since the late 1990s illustrates three well-recognised contemporary flows: recruitment ...
A horrid-nice day at Knowth
[No abstract available]
Understanding the farmer-farm relationship in later life
Research from NUI Galway looks at the complex and deeply emotional relationships older farmers have with their farms, and the impact this has on family farm transfer.
Remnants of Mr. and Mrs. Woolfs visit to Ireland in 1934
(Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain, 2018-09)
Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Irish Tour
Interrogating institutionalisation and child welfare: the Irish case, 1939–1991*
(Taylor & Francis, 2018-02-20)
The topic of institutionalisation and child welfare in Ireland has garnered increasing national and international public and scholarly attention over the past twenty years. This is not an Irish phenomenon. Governments ...