The Social Research Association has a unique contribution to make to the professional development of social research and the community of social researchers across the UK and in Ireland.
SRA Ireland is very active, consisting of members from across the public, private, voluntary and academic sectors that attend our seminars and events to learn and to network. SRA Ireland provides the opportunity for social researchers to meet others in their field and to keep abreast of developments.
SRA Ireland members receive all the benefits of SRA membership including discounted rates for training and events. In addition, SRA Ireland hosts a programme of seminars to which members and non-members are welcome to attend.
For further information about SRA Ireland, and to join our mailing list, please email SRAIreland@the-sra.org.uk
Ethics and the Research Process with Helen Kara: 24 October 2017, Dublin.
Is research ethics a dry, bureaucratic topic, dealt with through forms and committees? Or is it a dynamic principle that underpins the whole of the research process?
Helen Kara, author of Research Ethics in the Real World (Policy Press, forthcoming) will argue that ethics is not something you can tick off your to-do list. Ethics requires considerable thought and attention, from the moment a research question is posed, potentially until long after a project is complete. Come and discover some new ways to work ethically in practice. Lively discussions guaranteed!
Creative Research Methods with Helen Kara: 25 October 2017, Dublin.
This course will outline a variety of creative research methods and show participants how to use them appropriately at each stage of the research process.
Upcoming SRA Ireland events
None scheduled at present