In presenting our panel entitled Whose voice fills the (w)hole, at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, we acknowledged our privilege of being able to do so in person when many people, including our colleague who we Skyped in for her presentations, do not have the same freedom to travel as we have, given the travel ban threats. (from left to right: Hagit Sinai Glazer, Gina Glidden, Nuha Shaer, Susan Mintzberg)

1st annual ARC symposium - May 1, 2017 featuring 11 great speakers, over 200 participants and inspiring group discussions.  A special thank you to all the volunteers - Gina, Emmanuel, Marie-Eve, Denise, Irene, Kate, Megan & Biru. 

CRCF members Vandna Sinha and Luna Vives participated in a panel on the rights of Indigenous children with disabilities in Canada. This event, featuring Indigenous perspectives, explored how indigeneity and disability impact children from Indigenous communities. 

The CRCF team, June 2016.

Centre for Research on Children and Families

The McGill Centre for Research on Children and Families (CRCF) is home to cutting-edge research on effective programs and policies for children and their families. The CRCF brings together 25 faculty members who lead 30 different projects, provides training to 40 graduate students yearly, and offers a unique platform to develop local, national and international collaborations with academic and non-academic milieus. The CRCF is affiliated with McGill's School of Social Work, and is home to the Royal Bank of Canada-funded Children's Services Data Laboratory. CRCF is also one of the main partners in Child Welfare Research PortalCRCF members are actively committed to pursuing research that aims to significantly impact the lives of children, youth, and families.