Research Projects

Projects hosted/co-hosted by ISS21: 

National Funded Research Projects
CareVisions - Envisioning a Care-Centred Society Within and Beyond COVID19 
AgeACTED - Ageism Challenged Through EthnoDrama
Babbling Babies - Experiences of an Early Communication and Literacy Programme for Infants
CO-AGE - Exploring the Potential for the Development of Care Co-operatives to Support Older People to Age Well at Home 
In Transit? Documenting the Lived Experiences of Welfare, Working and Caring for One Parent Families Claiming Jobseeker’s Transitional Payment
ISL-HEALTH - Ensuring Access Provision to Public Health Services for the Irish Deaf Community
Socio-Cycle - Exploring the Socio-Cultural Significance of Cycling in an Irish Regional City
TEENT1D - Teenagers Transitioning to the Self-Management of Type 1 Diabetes (T1D): Exploring Day-to-Day Experiences and Developing Social Supports
YOUNGCARERS - Sharing the Caring: Young Carers Access to and Experience of Carer Supports in Ireland
Clean Slate - Understanding the Lived Experiences of Persons with Criminal Convictions 
Pathways towards Stable Housing for Parents & Children Exiting Residential Services
Housing and Sustaining Communities on the West Cork Islands
Youth Volunteering: building capacity for the future
Volunteer Recognition: developing questions for the Irish Census
EMNaH - Elderly (non)migrants’ narratives of home: A comparative study of place-making in Ireland & Slovakia
FEMAgeCare - Towards a Feminist Framework for Older Women and Care: implications for policy and practice. 
TEENVOICET1D Developing a Public Patient Involvement (PPI) Panel of Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes
TOGETHER: Collaborating across Prison Walls and Borders: Researching the impacts of prison-university partnerships, North and South (2022-2024). Dr Katharina Swirak (PI) Funder: HEA North-South Research Programme. (Details to follow)
SocialPaths: Sex-specific socioeconomic pathways to cardiovascular disease risk across the life course (2022-2026). Dr Linda O'Keeffe (PI). Funder: Health Research Board. (Details to follow)
Development of a health impact assessment (HIA) implementation model: enhancing intersectoral approaches in tackling health inequalities (2023-2026). Dr Monica O'Mullane (PI). Funder: Health Research Board. (Details to follow)
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 
UCC UNIC Superdiversity Academy
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
PRECNIGHTS - Precarity Amongst Women Migrant Nightworkers in Ireland
MSCA Innovative Training Networks (ITN)
P4PLAY - People, Place, Policy and Practice for Play

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

Institute for Social Science in the 21st Century (ISS21)

Top Floor, Carrigbawn/Safari Building, Donovan Road, Cork, T12 YE30

Top