ARK Research Seminar Videos


Below is a listing of all the ARK research seminars that have been recorded for online viewing since 2004. Included are any documentation and press releases associated with each seminar where applicable. However, if you require hard copy versions of these documents, please contact us by phone (+44 (0) 2871 375513) or send an email to our secretary.

All work that refers to an ARK Research Update should acknowledge it using the appropriate bibliographic citation. For example:

Lloyd, Katrina and Devine, Paula, 2006, To stay or not to stay: that is the question, ARK Research Update 45, Belfast: ARK <http://www.ark.ac.uk/publications/updates/update45.pdf >

 

There are over 100 ARK Research Seminar Videos with associated documents. You can the search facility below with keywords or names to help find the ARK Research Seminars you are interested in.

 

23rd Jun 2017
Waking up in a different country: Brexit and Northern Ireland
Cathy Gormley-Heenan, Arthur Aughey and Paula Devine

Cathy Gormley-Heenan (Ulster University) discusses public attitudes to, and expectations of, Brexit, based findings from the 2016 Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey.
For more information on the survey, see www.ark.ac.uk/nilt/2016

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19th Jun 2017
2016 KLT and YLT Survey Results Launch.
Dirk Schubotz (ARK), Dr Mark Browne (The Executive Office) and Grace Kelly (ARK).

ARK - Launch of the 2016 Northern Ireland
Young Life & Times (YLT) and Kid's Life& Times (KLT) Surveys

This seminar took place 19 June 2017, Room G026 School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work, Queen’s University Belfast

16th Jun 2017
Attitudes to abortion in Northern Ireland
Professor Ann Marie Gray (Ulster University).

ARK - Launch of 2016 NI Life & Times Survey Public attitudes to abortion

Public attitudes to abortion

This seminar took place in NICVA, 61 Duncairn Gardens, on Friday 16 June at 11am.

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07th Jun 2017
Hearing the voice of kinship foster carers in Northern Ireland
by Mandi MacDonald (QUB) and Kathleen Toner (The Fostering Network in Northern Ireland)

ARK Workshop

Exploring Inequalities in caring: grandparents’ experiences of kinship care from multiple perspective.

The aim of this workshop is to explore issues related to older kinship carers from different perspectives – research, personal experience, NGO organisation, practitioner, and policy. The event is organised by ARK Ageing Programme, and supported by BSGNI, and Keele University.

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07th Jun 2017
Caring for kin
Michelle O’Neill, Kinship Care NI..ARK Workshop Exploring Inequalities in caring: grandparents’ experiences of kinship care from multiple perspective

ARK Workshop

Exploring Inequalities in caring: grandparents’ experiences of kinship care from multiple perspective

The aim of this workshop is to explore issues related to older kinship carers from different perspectives – research, personal experience, NGO organisation, practitioner, and policy. The event is organised by ARK Ageing Programme, and supported by BSGNI, and Keele University.

This seminar took place in Room G:075, Lanyon Building, Queen’s University Belfast 7 June 2017.

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07th Jun 2017
Kinship Care in the Western Health and Social Care Trust
Mark Cocks and Dympna Brogan (HSC).

ARK Workshop

Exploring Inequalities in caring: grandparents’ experiences of kinship care from multiple perspective

The aim of this workshop is to explore issues related to older kinship carers from different perspectives – research, personal experience, NGO organisation, practitioner, and policy. The event is organised by ARK Ageing Programme, and supported by BSGNI, and Keele University.

This seminar took place in Room G:075, Lanyon Building, Queen’s University Belfast 7 June 2017.

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06th Jun 2017
How older male kinship carers describe their care responsibilities and implications for ageing male identities
ARK Ageing Programme Visiting Fellow Dr. Anna Tarrant (University of Lincoln)

ARK - IRISS SeminarHow older male kinship carers describe their care responsibilities and implications for ageing male identities

Drawing on a number of linked qualitative longitudinal studies conducted over a ten-year period in a city in the North of England, this paper investigates the lived experiences of men who are kinship carers.

This seminar is delivered jointly with the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences at Ulster University as part of the Pushing the Boundaries seminar series.

Tues 6th June 2016, Room BA-03-019, Belfast Campus, Ulster University 12:30-14:00

01st Feb 2017
Votes, People and Parties - whats next for the NI Assembly?
by Dr. Nicolas Whyte.

ARK - INCORE Seminar

Votes, People and Parties - whats next for the NI Assembly?

On the eve of the Northern Ireland Assembly Elections, ARK and INCORE invite you to a Public Seminar: Votes, People and Parties - whats next for the Assembly? by Dr Nicholas Whyte. Dr Whyte is a Visiting Professor at Ulster University, and Senior Director, Global Solutions in the Brussels

This seminar took at Ulster University, Magee campus, Derry/Londonderry, on Wednesday 1 March 2017

06th Dec 2016
A tale of two cities? Community relations in Northern Ireland
Dr Máire Braniff, INCORE Director, Ulster University

ARK Seminar Series 2016/17

In this seminar, Dr Máire Braniff, INCORE Director, Ulster University, will draw on data from the 2015 Northern Ireland Life and Times survey. She will illustrate that far from increased synergy between the traditionally dualistic identities, Northern Ireland is characterised by continued social distancing which remains pronounced.

The venue: NICVA, Duncairn Gardens, Belfast on Tuesday 6 December, at 11am

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25th Oct 2016
Moving beyond age-segregated research: Why linking studies of children, life course and ageing is important
Gunhild Hagestad, Madeleine Leonard, Gemma Carney and Danielle Blaylock

ARK Seminar Series 2016/17

Masterclass: Moving beyond age-segregated research: Why linking studies of children, life course and ageing is important

presented by
Professor Gunhild Hagestad: 
Moving beyond age-segregated research (00:00 to 00:58:17)

Professor Madeleine Leonard (Queen’s University Belfast):
Generation in childhood studies  (00:58:17 to 01:08:58)

Dr Gemma Carney (Queen’s University Belfast): 
Re-constructing how we think about children and older people in the political economy of ageing societies (01:08:58 to 01:14:03)

Dr Danielle Blaylock (Queen’s University Belfast): 
What can we learn from previous theory, research and practice on segregation and integration in Northern Ireland? (01:14:03 to 01:24:29)

PS: please be aware that the volume levels in some sections are quite low. Turning the volume up on your computer and/or speakers should help.