The Children's Research Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland supported by The Atlantic Philanthropies and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs aims to:

Support the research community in Ireland and Northern Ireland to better understand and improve the lives of children and young people, by creating and maintaining an inclusive, independent, non-profit network through which information, knowledge, experience, learning and skills can be shared.

Our objectives are:

  • To create opportunities
  • To support research skill development
  • To develop structures and mechanisms for members

Latest News

15th November 2016, Belfast: Register now for What is 'What Works' . Co hosted with Centre for Evidence and Social innovation at Queen's University Belfast, Playboard Northern Ireland and the Centre for Effective Services.

6th October 2016, Cork: The presentations from Using Research to Improve Practice are now available.

6th December 2016: The call for abstracts to our conference 2016 'Building Resilience, Enhancing Social Support: What research tells' has been issued.

36 PhD students from all over Ireland presented at our PhD Symposium in conjunction with Maynooth University School of Education on the 6th of September 2016.

15th June 2016: Dr Liam O'Hare appointed as Network Chair.

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