CDI is committed to the interpretation, translation, and dissemination of our learning. A key element of this process is to share insights and findings with the academic community. Here are a selection of such articles. You can also find some of our journal submissions below.
Aspiring To High Quality Restorative Practices: The RPI Quality
This updated Quality Assurance Framework is an important contribution to develop capacity, systems and infrastructures which support the growth, evolution and sustainability of restorative practice.
The purpose of this review is to inform the selection of such an intervention in the Tallaght region.
This review provides an overview and comparison of the different delivery mechanism options that
currently exist for the delivery of general, scalable, youth-focused psychological support to adolescents.
A photovoice project by Dr Maria Quinlan and Patrick Bolger detailing the experiences of homeless families.
A handbook based on the archiving of documents associated with CDI and in the process, establishing best practices in qualitative data archiving.
A Framework for ensuring adherence to standards of best practice in the delivery of restorative practices by Dr. Kieran O’Dwyer.
Written by Dr Brid McGrath and Robin Hanan, this Toolkit sets out the processes, legislation and best practice which can guide you in archiving data.
Author: Quinn, M
A non research perspective on sharing data. Archiving Evaluation Data Children’s Research Digest Volume 4, Issue 3
Authors: Casey, C., McNally, S. , O’Keeffe, A., and Quinn, M.
This article first appeared in The Irish Review of Community Economic Development Law and Policy, Volume2, Issue 1, June 2013, pp.63-70 , published by the Northside Community Law and Mediation Centre.
Author: Casey, C.
This article was published by the Edward Kennedy Institute, Maynooth University, in their Journal of Mediation and Applied Conflict Analysis, Issue 1, Volume 1, January 2014.
Authors: McNally, S. & Smith, G.
This article first appeared in An Leanbh Óg: The OMEP Ireland Journal of Early Childhood Studies, Volume 7, April 2013, pp. 119-127
An Leanbh Óg is edited by Rosaleen Murphy, Patricia Radley and Anna Ridgway. It is published by the Irish committee of OMEP, l’Organisation Mondiale pour l’Education Préscolaire/The World Organisation for Early Childhood Education.
Authors: Kelly, M. & Reid, A-M.
This is an article published in the Reading Association of Ireland journal.