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Mr Fergal Landy Deg., L.L.M.
|Fergal’s interests include combining strategies for the realisation of children’s rights including participation by children, advocacy, litigation, research, children’s rights education and civic engagement as well as the child’s right to access legal advice and representation and the integration of theories, concepts, professions and services that seek to support children and their families.|
|Kennan, D., Redmond, S., Devaney, C., Landy, F and Canavan, J. (2015) Toward the development of a Participation Strategy for children and young people. Child and Family Agency, Dublin. [Details]|
|Landy, F., Canavan, J. & Forkan, C. (2015) Final Evaluation Report of the Differential Response Model, North Dublin. TUSLA, Dublin / Galway. [Details]|
|Gillen, A., Landy, F., Devaney, C. & Canavan, J (2013) Child and Family Agency Commissioning Strategy. Child & Family Agency, Dublin. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Gillen, A., Tuohy, O., Morrissey, M., Gaynor, J., Canavan, J., Devaney, C., Landy, F. & Coen, L (2013) 50 Key Messages to Accompany Investing in Families: Supporting Parents to Improve outcomes for Children. Child and Family Agency, Dublin. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Gillen, A., Tuohy, O., Morrissey, M., Gaynor, J., Canavan, J., Devaney, C., Landy, F. & Coen, L. (2013) Investing in Families: Supporting Parents to Improve Outcomes for Children. Child and Family Agency, Dublin. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Gillen, A., Landy, F., Devaney, C. & Canavan, J. (2013) Guidance for the Implementation of an Area Based Approach to Prevention, Partnership and Family Support. Child and Family Agency, Dublin. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Devaney, C., Canavan. J., Landy, F. & Gillen, A. (2013) What Works in Family Support?. Child and Family Agency, Dublin. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Brady, B., Canavan, J., Landy, F. (2012) How are we doing? An Evaluation Resource for Foróige Staff. Foroige Best Practice Unit, Dublin. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Cormac Forkan and Fergal Landy (2011) An Evaluation of the Identification of Need (ION) Process in Sligo/Leitrim and Donegal. Sligo Social Services, Sligo. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Canavan, J., Landy, F. & Forkan, C. (2011) North Dublin Differential Response Model Early Implementation Report. Child and Family Research Centre, Galway. [Details]|
|John Canavan and Fergal Landy (2010) A Formative Evaluation of the Jobstown Alternative Response Model (ARM). Child and Family research Centre, Galway. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Fergal Landy (2011) Consider Reform within HSE before setting up Child Care Agency. Dublin: Newspaper Articles [Details]|