CRFR Seminar – Transforming Childhoods?

Transforming Childhoods?

This research initiative at the University of Dundee, brings together
researchers across disciplines and issues, to consider ‘Transforming
Childhood’.  After the presentations there will be an opportunity to join in
a discussion on new directions in childhood research, looking at the next
big questions and future research agendas.

Research ‘spotlight’ presentations:

Lorraine van Blerk, Reader in Human Geography, School of the Environment,
University of Dundee
‘Growing up on the streets: African street children’s rights and lived
realities’

Divya Jindal-Snape, Associate Dean of Research, School of Education,
Community Education and Social Work, University of Dundee
‘Dynamics of relationships and life transitions’

Monday 10th February 2014
2pm – 4pm
Centre for Research on Families & Relationships, 23 Buccleuch Place,
Edinburgh

Although this seminar is free, places are limited and booking essential.  To
reserve your place please contact brenda.saetta@ed.ac.uk or call: 0131 651
1832.

Please Note:   CRFR reserves the right to charge a £5 cancellation fee if a
booking is made but the delegate fails to appear.

Kind Regards

Laura Marshall
Training & Events Administrator
The Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR)
The University of Edinburgh
23 Buccleuch Place
Edinburgh
EH8 9LN
Tel: 0131 651 3001
www.crfr.ac.uk
Office Hours: Monday & Tuesday: 9.30am-5pm, Wednesday: 9am-4.30pm

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http://www.crfr.ac.uk/eventsandtraining/

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