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Youth mentoring and the parent-young person relationship: considerations for research and practice.
(The National Youth Agency, 2008)
Over recent years, youth mentoring has become increasingly popular as an intervention for young people deemed to be in need of support. There is a need, however, to pay attention to the potential impact of mentoring on ...
A literature review for integrated planning for improved outcomes for children and families.
(Cooperation and Working Together (CAWT), 2008)
Increasingly, policy makers and service managers, planners and practitioners are encouraged, and often mandated, to work together to achieve better outcomes for children and young people. The momentum towards formally ...
The Development of Monitoring Tools for ISPCC Services
The ISPCC Citizen Child Strategy (ISPCC, 2005) includes a proposal to evaluate the effect of its work. In order to undertake such an evaluation, a system of performance and outcome measurement that was valid and reliable ...
Working for children and families: exploring good practice
(Child & Family Research and Policy Unit, WHB/ NUI Galway, 2004)
Big Brothers Big Sisters Ireland: youth mentoring programme Galway, Mayo & Roscommon: evaluation report
(Child & Family Research and Policy Unit, NUI, Galway, 2005)
Youth Café Toolkit. How to Set-up and Run a Youth Café in Ireland
(Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, 2010-04)
Youth Cafés in Ireland: A best practice guide
(Stationary Office, Dublin, 2010-04)
[No abstract available]
Identifying innovative models for supporting vulnerable learners achieve educational progression: Early findings from an evaluation of Social Innovation Fund Ireland's Education Fund
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2019-06)
This document is the first of three reports (2019, 2020, and 2021) from a major study being conducted by the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre (UCFRC), NUI Galway, on Social Innovation Fund Ireland’s Education ...
Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Ireland: Evaluation Study, Report 2: Qualitative Evidence
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2010-11)
[no abstract available]