Starts 28 April | Ends 3 May

Every year, Trinity Week involves a week-long programme of symposia, lectures, roundtable discussions and lots more, all open to the public, and all around a particular theme. The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is hosting this year’s programme of events, which explores the theme of “Silence”.

Well, we think Children Should be Seen and Heard!

Come join Us!

Throughout the week, the Trinity Research in Childhood Centre will be covering the Arts Building concourse with posters, pop-up stands and other display material celebrating children and children’s research across Trinity College Dublin.

As TRiCC is host to the Children's Research Network, we would love to have a section celebrating all things CRN also!

Children's Research Network members - submit YOUR poster idea!

Tell us:

- How do you celebrate children in your research?

- How does your research help children, their lives, worlds, challenges and capacities be heard?

- What new insights into children or young people does your research reveal / explore?

Submission guidelines and deadline

  • Send a draft of your poster (pdf) OR abstract (max 300 words) to tricc@tcd.ie, with “TRiCC Trinity Week Poster submission” in the subject line by 3rd April 2019. Include your full name, affiliation, and email address
  • You must be a staff / student of Trinity College Dublin, or a member of the Children's Research Network to submit a poster. (Become a Member. Annual membership fee - Full:€30/~£25; Part-time employed: €25/~£20; Student / Unwaged: €15/~£10)
  • Posters must be size A0, portrait orientation

Review Process

  • Abstracts / Posters will be reviewed by a panel comprising members of TRiCC. Applicants will be informed whether or not their poster has been accepted by 10th April 2019.

What to expect if you are accepted

  • Presenters must bring their posters (Size: A0; Portrait Orientation) to the Arts Block concourse of Trinity College Dublin (beside the Nassau St entrance) for display on the morning of 29th April.
  • During the afternoon of 1st May, presenters will be invited to attend their posters and discuss their research with guests, and prizes for the most creative posters will be awarded.

How to develop a poster

  • For tips on developing your own poster, download the slides from the Designing Posters workshop, presented by Dr Derina Johnson for Trinity Development Research Week 2017 (includes tips on incorporating Trinity College Dublin branding).

For more information, please contact tricc@tcd.ie or childrensresearchnetwork@tcd.ie