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.

Total number of items - 118


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.

07th Sep 2016
Public Attitudes to Data Sharing
Gillian Robinson and Helen Dolk, with response by Roy McClelland

ARK Seminar Series 2016/17

In this joint ARK and Administrative Data Research Centre NI seminar, the findings of the 2015 Northern Ireland Life and Times survey on Public Attitudes to Data Sharing in Northern Ireland will be presented by Professor Gillian Robinson and Professor Helen Dolk with a response from Professor Roy McClelland. 

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01st Jun 2016
ARK Ageing Programme, Combatting loneliness in older age: Community transport coordinator highlights the role of community transport in enabling people to participate in activities
Paddy McEldowney (EASILINK)

ARK Seminar Series 2016/7

The ARK Ageing Programme and U3A Foyle invite you to an ‘Age Encounters’ event, which explores loneliness in older age from different perspectives: Paddy McEldowney,

Community transport coordinator for EASILINK highlights the role of community transport in enabling people to participate in activities.

01st Jun 2016
ARK Ageing Programme, Combatting loneliness in older age: A focus on theoretical views of loneliness and how these relate to the life course and ageing
Robert Hagan (Ulster University)

ARK Seminar Series 2016/17

The ARK Ageing Programme and U3A Foyle invite you to an ‘Age Encounters’ event, which explores loneliness in older age from different perspectives:
 

This seminar took place in U3A Foyle, Pascal McDonald House, Gransha Park, Derry/Londonderry BT476 6TG on Wednesday 1st June.

13th May 2016
ARK Ageing Programme: Creative Ageing Symposium
Dominic Campbell, (Creative Aging International, ARK visiting Fellow).

ARK Seminar Series 2016/17

This event was for anyone involved or interested in inspired provision for the older generation to get together and share good practice, exchange ideas, and network. The key speaker and facilitator was Dominic Campbell (Creative Aging International), who is a Visiting Fellow of the ARK Ageing Programme.

This event took place in The Playhouse, Artillery Street, Derry/Londondery

11th May 2016
2015 KLT and YLT Survey Results Launch Opening Address: Children and Young Peoples Strategy
June Wilkinson (OFMDFM, Head of Children and Young Peoples Unit)

ARK Seminar Series 2016/7

June Wilkinson from OFMDFM Children and Young People's Unit updates us on their Children and Young People's Strategy.

KLT and YLT are annual surveys run by ARK that record the views of P7 children (KLT) and 16- year olds (YLT) living in Northern Ireland about issues that affect them.

The topics covered in the 2015 surveys include:

  • Community Relations (YLT)
  • Shared Education (Both)
  • Young Carers (YLT)
  • Child Sexual Exploitation (YLT)
  • Strategies for Staying Calm in School (KLT)
  • Sport and Physical Activities (Both)
  • Aspirations to study/work abroad or learn an additional language (YLT)

This event is predominantly for organisations, researchers and school staff who work with and on behalf of children and young people.

11th May 2016
2015 KLT and YLT Survey Results Launch Preview: A range of key findings from the 2015 Surveys
Dr Dirk Schubotz (QUB)

ARK Seminar Series 2016/7

Dr Dirk Schubotz presents key finding from the YLT and KLT surveys.

KLT and YLT are annual surveys run by ARK that record the views of P7 children (KLT) and 16- year olds (YLT) living in Northern Ireland about issues that affect them.

The topics covered in the 2015 surveys include:

  • Community Relations (YLT)
  • Shared Education (Both)
  • Young Carers (YLT)
  • Child Sexual Exploitation (YLT)
  • Strategies for Staying Calm in School (KLT)
  • Sport and Physical Activities (Both)
  • Aspirations to study/work abroad or learn an additional language (YLT)

This event is predominantly for organisations, researchers and school staff who work with and on behalf of children and young people.

11th May 2016
2015 KLT and YLT Survey Results Launch - Key findings
Dr Katrina LLoyd (QUB)

ARK Seminar Series 2016/7

Katrina Lloyd (QUB) presents Key Findings from the Surveys.

KLT and YLT are annual surveys run by ARK that record the views of P7 children (KLT) and 16- year olds (YLT) living in Northern Ireland about issues that affect them.

The topics covered in the 2015 surveys include:

  • Community Relations (YLT)
  • Shared Education (Both)
  • Young Carers (YLT)
  • Child Sexual Exploitation (YLT)
  • Strategies for Staying Calm in School (KLT)
  • Sport and Physical Activities (Both)
  • Aspirations to study/work abroad or learn an additional language (YLT)

This event is predominantly for organisations, researchers and school staff who work with and on behalf of children and young people.

11th May 2016
2015 KLT and YLT Survey Results Launch: Pupils have their say
Nikki Ireland and Courtney Rodgers (British Council Project).

ARK Seminar Series 2016/7

NIkki Ireland and Courtney Rodgers, pupils involved with the surveys, give their views and perspectives.

KLT and YLT are annual surveys run by ARK that record the views of P7 children (KLT) and 16- year olds (YLT) living in Northern Ireland about issues that affect them.

The topics covered in the 2015 surveys include:

  • Community Relations (YLT)
  • Shared Education (Both)
  • Young Carers (YLT)
  • Child Sexual Exploitation (YLT)
  • Strategies for Staying Calm in School (KLT)
  • Sport and Physical Activities (Both)
  • Aspirations to study/work abroad or learn an additional language (YLT)

This event is predominantly for organisations, researchers and school staff who work with and on behalf of children and young people.