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National Strategy for Research and Data on Children’s Lives 2011 — 2016

Document type: Grey Literature
Document language: English
Uploaded By: Jean Kilroe (jkilroe)
Date Uploaded: 2011/12/06 16:03:08.017 GMT+1
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Basic Information

Authors: DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH AFFAIRS
Journal Name/Article: Government Publications, Dublin
ISBN Number: 978-1-4064-2613-7
Published on Date: 2011
Abstract: Chapter 1 sets out recent policy and institutional investments in both research and data at national and international level, and draws attention to the context in which these have taken place. This is followed by a brief overview of the current developments around children’s research and data, with particular emphasis on the National Children’s Research Programme implemented through the Department of Children and Youth Affairs. ■■ Chapter 2 provides an outline of the development of the present strategy, including guidance to support the process, the principal inputs and stakeholders in the strategy’s development, the oversight and governance arrangements, and the process by which key recommendations were developed. ■■ Chapter 3 sets out the information deficits identified according to the national service outcomes for children (see above). The main actions being taken to address these deficits are presented. ■■ Chapter 4 examines cross-cutting issues influencing the research and data cycles, including strategic approaches, administrative data, building capacity and supporting evidence-informed policy and practice. ■■ Chapter 5 provides a detailed Action Plan, setting out specific actions to be undertaken through a collaborative effort involving 24 stakeholders, including Government departments, agencies and other statutory bodies. The Action Plan incorporates a timeline for completion and key progress indicators, and is framed using the objectives set out below.

Riche Classification

Taxonomy:
Demography: All , 1-4 years , 5-9 years , 10-14 years , 15-18 years ,
Child Related Topics: Research involving direct participation of children , Research carried out by children , Research projects using children as subjects , Research on children - methodological research ,
Health issues, determinants and measures: Activity and participation , Communication , Research , Health programme , Health strategy , Services, systems and policies ,
Languages and Geographical Perspective: Ireland , English ,
Study type / scale / state of progress / setting: Health surveillance , National , Completed and published , Professional research ,