Research Projects

ISS21 currently hosts/co-hosts the following projects & fellowships: 

National Funded Research Projects
CareVisions - Envisioning a Care-Centred Society Within and Beyond COVID19 
CARERENGAGE - Centering & Embedding Family Carers in the Co-Production of Carer Research, Supports & Policy  
AAPRI - Agency and Ageing in Place in Rural Ireland
MusConYP - Music Consumption and Young People’s Negotiation of Space in Direct Provision: An A/r/tographic Inquiry
EMBRACE - Exploring Mobility: Borders Refugees & Challenging Exclusion
Guidance for Public Bodies on Providing Access for Deaf Irish Sign Language Users
Socioeconomic Impact of Cork Northwest Regenerarion Programme 
Building Transnational Research Synergies: Participatory Governance for Inclusive Societies
Access, Participation, Achievement & Progression in FET
Inclusive Volunteering: Exploring Migrant Participation in Volunteerism
Learning Disrupted: Young people with disabilities' access to and experience of learning & workplace-based training during COVID-19
Housing and Sustaining Communities on the West Cork Islands
Enhancing the transition to energy citizenship: Connecting consumers with low disposable incomes
Reconstituting the Irish Family (RIFNET) (starts mid-2021)
European Research Projects
IMMERSE - Integration Mapping of Refugee and Migrant Children in Schools and other Experiential Environments in Europe
PositivMasc - Masculinities and violence against women among young people: identifying discourses and developing strategies for change 
EC Marie Skłodowska-Curie (MSCA) Individual Fellowships
GendeResearchIreland - Exploring gender equality in Irish higher education: Qualitative case-study research into the response to, and process of, Athena SWAN
MSCA Innovative Training Networks (ITN)
P4PLAY - People, Place, Policy and Practice for Play
Internally-funded Projects
Leaving No One Behind: Developing an All-Ireland Integrated Health and Social Care Service for All in a Post-Brexit Era (2019-2020). Funded by the UCC CACSSS Interdisciplinary Research Fund.
School Food Policy in Ireland: Opportunities and Challenges (2019-2020). School Food Policy in Ireland: opportunities and challenges (2019-2020). Funded by the CACSSS Interdisciplinary Research Fund.

There are a number of benefits to linking a project to ISS21, including support with project applications. For detailed information on what is involved in affiliating a project to ISS21, please go to: ISS21 Projects Policy

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