Ms Danielle Kennan B.A., L.L.B., L.L.M.,
|Danielle Kennan joined the Child and Family Research Centre in March 2009 and has been working primarily on the UNESCO Chair programme in Children, Youth and Civic Engagement. Danielle previously worked with the Irish Human Rights Commission as a Research and Policy Fellow and at the United Nations in Geneva at the UN Human Rights Council. Her current research interests include: children’s rights, participatory research with children and young people, and the civic engagement of children and youth.|
My current research interests include: children’s rights, participatory research with children and youth and the civic engagement of children and youth.
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Kennan, D., Fives, A., and Canavan, J. (2011) 'Accessing a Hard to Reach Population: Reflections on Research with Young Carers in Ireland'. Child And Family Social Work, . [Details]|
|Fives, A., Kennan, D., Canavan, J., Brady, B. and Cairns, D. (2010) If I can make their life a little easier, then I'm happy: Study of Young Carers in the Irish Population. The Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affaris, Dublin. [Details]|
|Kennan, D., Keenaghan, C., O’Connor, U., Kinlen, L. and McCord, J. (2011) A Rights-Based Approach to Monitoring Children and Young People’s Well-Being. The Children and Youth Programme, The Children and Youth Programme. [Details]|
|I currently teach on the BA Connect in Children and Family Studies, the MA in Lifecourse Studies and the Structured PhD on Children and Youth in the area of children's rights and participatory research with children and youth.|