Making space for supporting grant-writing addressing geographies of children, youth and families
Almost a year-to-the-day on from our successful teaching workshop, the GCYFRG held a grant writing workshop at Lancaster University. The workshop was attended by academics interested in geographies of children, youth and families, from across the UK with delegates travelling from as far as Portsmouth and Edinburgh.
The Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference will take place from Wednesday 28 to Friday 30 August 2019 at the RGS in London.
Conference Theme: ‘Geographies of Trouble / geographies of hope ’. For more information please visit Annual International Conference.
The Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group (GCYFRG) is pleased to announce the following call for papers of the research group’s sponsored sessions: Continue reading
Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group (GCYFRG) – CALL FOR SESSION PROPOSALS
The RGS-IBG announced its call for sessions for the 2019 Annual International Conference. GCYFRG is pleased to follow this with a call for sessions for sponsorship by the research group which will be badged as official GCYFRG sessions in the full programme. Please find below all of the relevant details. Please note proposals for sessions should be emailed to me (tracy.hayes.ac.uk) by 19 December.
GCYFRG members and those of the geographical and related communities are invited to propose sessions. We welcome joint sessions with other research groups. Proposals should relate to our general interest in the geographies of children, young people and families (https://gcyfrg.wordpress.com/about/), ideally linking this to the 2019 conference theme (although this is not absolutely necessary). Continue reading
GCYFRG are delighted to announce a grant writing workshop to be held on Thursday 10th January 2019 at Lancaster University. The day-long workshop will bring together researchers with a variety of experience applying for grants big and small, local and national in the fields of children, youth and families. Participants will get involved in knowledge and idea sharing, and hopefully take away ideas about new sources of funding and gain top tips for writing successful grant applications. The day will also include a ‘research speed dating’ session where you can share your ideas for future projects, and perhaps find someone who’d like to collaborate. The event is open to all, with a particular focus on the needs of early career geographers. No prior experience of grant applications or capture is required.
As a research group, we are delighted to announce that we will be hosting our first writing retreat in July 2019.
The GCYFRG has organised a writing retreat for the summer of 2019. This retreat is open to all members of the research group at all career stages and aims to provide a friendly environment for academic writing on the geographies of children, youth and families.
The retreat will be limited to 16 attendees and places are on a first come, first served basis. We hope to cover the costs of four PhD students (further details below). Whether you are working on chapter drafts of your PhD, your first or thirty-first paper, or a grant, big or small, we welcome participants from all career stages for a week of dedicated writing and thinking space in a supportive community.