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  • Kearns, Noreen; Reddy, John; Canavan, John (Childhood Development Initiative, 2013)
    Engaging communities is hard work. Enabling the effective participation of communities in order to impact on outcomes and affect change is extremely challenging and inevitably there are complex and multiple needs in areas ...
  • Reddy, John; Canavan, John (UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, 2017)
    The Mol an Óige Common Sense Parenting (CSP) programme is a parent-training intervention. Its purpose is to teach parents practical and effective ways to enhance their parenting skills and strengthen their children’s ...
  • Reddy, John; Redmond, Sean (Research Evidence into Policy, Programmes and Practice (REPPP) Project, University of Limerick, 2019)
    This research studied ways of improving the measurement of effectiveness in the Irish youth justice system. The research presents case study analyses of data collection processes used to measure effectiveness in seven youth ...
  • Canavan, John; Reddy, John; O'Grady, Dympna (Tulsa, Child and Family Agency and the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, 2016)
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  • Kearns, Noreen; Reddy, John; Canavan, John (UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, 2008)
    The Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway was requested by senior management with responsibility for Children’s Health Services in the HSE West to undertake a review the Teenage Health Initiative (THI) in 2007.
  • McDonagh, Debbie; Reddy, John (Western Region Drugs Task Force, 2015)
    This report presents the research findings of the WRDTF Family Support Needs Analysis. Its purpose is to create greater understanding of the ways families affected by substance misuse seek support. It explores the ...
  • Reddy, John (REPPP Project, School of Law, University of Limerick, 2017)
    The Youth Justice System in Ireland: A Review (2017) reviewed relevant academic literature and published governmental material in order to trace the development of the Irish State's response to youth crime and present an ...

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