Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance
The Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG) is a University designated Centre of Research Excellence
This two day event brought together a number of leading academics in their field to discuss the complexities and issues surrounding the family lives of children and young people and develop an agenda for dealing with these issues in the future.
Prof Jill Korbin (Case Western Reserve University), Dr Janet Fink (Open University), Prof Michael Rutter (Kings College London), Prof Rachel Thomson (Open University), Prof Lynn Jamieson (Edinburgh University), Dr Penny Mansfield (One Plus One), Prof Ann Phoenix (Institute of Education), Prof Andrew Cooper (Tavistock Institute), Clem Henricson (Family Parenting Institute) Prof Bill Jordan (University of Plymouth) and Prof Hilton Davis (Kings College, London).
The event was highly succesful and there are a number of avenues currently being explored to continue colloborations and conversations begun at the event. Leading into publication of an edited collection, this two day event sought to work towards new research agenda and new dialogue between researchers and user-groups by:
To facilitate and continue these conversations a number of resources surrounding the conference have been set up which can be accessed from the links below. Updates on outputs generated by this event will be documented on this page and the events blog.
|Family Troubles Poster.pdf||54.98 KB|
|Programme final.pdf||45.88 KB|
|Workshop Groups - final.pdf||45.48 KB|