Protecting child wellbeing through the lifecourse
The International Centre for Child Well-Being aims to develop and support research that encapsulates both the immediate protection of children and their long term wellbeing. This includes research on families and related systems that impact on child wellbeing. Multidisciplinary research is essential to the Centre's direction and collaboration with a range of local and international scholars and organisations will be warmly invited.
Find out about our current and completed research projects.
This includes child and mental health including substance abuse, children's rights, comparitive social policy and welfare, relationship-based social work and critical and reflective practice.