The UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre NUI Galway are currently involved in a research project for Tusla Irelands dedicated Child and Family Agency. This research is exploring the research needs of Tusla now and into the future. The main purpose of the study is to enable Tusla to plan their research priorities over the next number of years.
In order to gain a total understanding of what those priorities should be, we would like to include the views of parents in this research. Specifically we would like to find out what parents believe are major concerns affecting families in Ireland.
Taking part is voluntary, but your answers will greatly help us to find out about issues facing youth in Ireland today and will help inform Tusla of issues requiring possible research in the future.
This is an anonymous survey and the reporting of the information provided will respect the anonymity of all participants.
To find out more about the research, the research coordinator in the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre in NUI Galway is Dr Rosemary Crosse, who can be contacted on 091495791 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org