Atlantic Stories from the Child and Youth Sector in Ireland.
This public history event was organised by the Digital Repository of Ireland in collaboration with the Children's Research Network of Ireland and Northern Ireland to reflect on the legacy of The Atlantic Philanthropies' investment in the child and youth sector across the island of Ireland, and the work and accomplishments of Atlantic grantees. It took place im the Royal Irish Academy on 13th November 2018. Presentations from the event are below.
Caroline McGee (DRI) - The Atlantic Philanthropies Digital Collections
Bridget Wilders - St Catherine's Nursery and Primary School, Strabane
Julie Healy (Barnados) - Transformative Impact
Niall Sexton (PFL) - Preparing for Life: working together for our children
Niamh Farren (CES) - Prevention and early intervention: communicating the learning to policy makers and service providers
Orla Doyle (CRNINI) - Atlantic's stories from the child and youth sector in Ireland
Anja Mahler (DRI) - The Atlantic Philanthropies Archive Project: Preservation, access and discovery at the DRI
Ruth Geraghty (PEI) - The PEI Research Initiative at the Children's Research Network
Sinéad McGilloway (MU) - 'Atlantic Stories': Learning from (large-scale) evaluation - a researcher's perspective
Sue Cullen (PFL) - Preparing for Life
Tara Murphy (PhD) - Research and evaluation on the island of Ireland: my reflections and lessons learned - Atlantic's Stories