Centre for Applied Childhood, Youth and Family Research

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The Centre for Applied Childhood, Youth and Family Research (CACYFR) is an internationally renowned centre of excellence for innovative research that tackles some of the most entrenched social problems impacting children, youth and families. Established for over 25 years, CACYFR is a dynamic space for innovating thinking and practice, including influencing policy in response to current issues affecting children, youth and families.

The Centre comprises a multi-disciplinary team of highly regarded academics from across the University drawn from areas including social work, health, social policy, sociology, political science, psychology and education. The Centre hosts a vibrant postgraduate research community including students from overseas in fully equipped state of the art facilities.

We have undertaken a wide range of research, evaluation and development projects, working with a variety of local, national and international partners. These have included the EU FP7 COPING project concerning the needs of children of imprisoned parents, UNICEF projects to inform National Action Plans on child sexual abuse, ground breaking research concerned with Child Welfare Inequalities and Re-imagining Child Protection, European funded projects on child and youth participation, a portfolio of local and national evaluations and funding from the EU and large scale funding from the Global Challenges Research Fund to establish an innovative initiative involving use of on line gaming to reduce domestic violence.

Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the scientific documents related to the associated persons. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit

child protection Social Sciences
Child Abuse Medicine & Life Sciences
Research Medicine & Life Sciences
abuse Social Sciences
Mentors Medicine & Life Sciences
prisoner Social Sciences
Social Work Medicine & Life Sciences
England Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2000 2018

1 Citations
rationing
expenditure
expenditures
trend
growth modeling

Can volunteers working with sex offenders correctly predict risk?

Bates, A. & Wager, N., 21 Feb 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Sexual Offender Treatment.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
offender
responsibility
Group
sexual offense
case management
1 Citations
Open Access
Prisoners
prisoner
parents
Parents
imprisonment

Projects 2011 2018

Family inclusive policy and practice after 'Think Family'

Featherstone, B., Tew, J., Morris, K. & White, S.

1/12/1430/04/16

Project: ResearchResearch Council

Justice in the aftermath of sexual assault

Wager, N.

23/10/1730/11/17

Project: ResearchResearch Council