Following Year of the Dad, we would like to invite you to reflect on what new evidence there is from the Growing up in Scotland (GUS) longitudinal survey on Father-Child Relationships and how this sits with other evidence on the impact of fathers on their children's well-being.
Sponsored by Children in Scotland and the Scottish Government, this briefing will give practitioners, academics and policy makers an opportunity to discuss the findings of such research and how this might be used in practice.
Adrienne Burgess, CEO of the Fatherhood Institute, will be giving the keynote address on fathers’ impact on children. We’ll also have the opportunity to review the latest GUS report on Father-child relationships and socio-emotional well-being, by researchers at MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow.
9.15 Registration and coffee
9.45 Welcome from Chair
Sam Pringle, Fathers Network Scotland
9.50 New findings from the Growing Up in Scotland - Father-child relationships and child wellbeing
Dr. Alison Parkes, University of Glasgow
10.15 The Dad Dividend - Why Dad's Matter
Adrienne Burgess, Fatherhood Institute
11.00 Coffee break
11.20 Table discussions
12.00 What next for research?
Line Knudsen, ScotCen
12.15 What next for policy?
Joe Griffin, Deputy Director, Children and Families Directorate, Scottish Government
12.25 Final remarks from Chair
March 16, 2017 at 9:15am - 12:30pm
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