News Category: Barbara FallonBarbara Fallon, David Burnes, Shelley Craig
Three researchers from the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work are among the University of Toronto’s 33 Canada […]
Researchers call for improved access to safe, outdoor spaces to reduce the pandemic’s devastating impact on children & youthCategories: Barbara Fallon, Faculty in the News, Fraser Mustard Institute for Human Development Policy Bench
Let the Children Play is a call to action created in a partnership between Native Child […]
With face-to-face meetings being avoided due to COVID-19, U of T researcher develops tool to help child welfare workers engage with familiesCategories: Barbara Fallon
When the pandemic hit, the University of Toronto’s Barbara Fallon met with several of her research […]Barbara Fallon, Faculty in the News, FIFSW
FIFSW Professor Barbara Fallon is one of five University of Toronto leaders who have been recognized with […]Barbara Fallon, Bryn King, Carmen Logie, David Brennan, Faculty in the News, Faye Mishna, FIFSW Students in the News, Izumi Sakamoto, Lin Fang, Micheal L. Shier, Peter Newman, Rupaleem Bhuyan, Shelley Craig, Susan Stern, Tara Black
The Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) advances, disseminates, and translates research that addresses issues […]Barbara Fallon, Faculty in the News, Shelley Craig
The Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work was privileged to host an announcement from the federal government today regarding the newest Canada Research Chairs. The event was a wonderful showcase for this Faculty and the important research that is done here, and we are so proud that our two new CRCs, Shelley Craig and Barbara Fallon, were featured as part of this event.
Shelley Craig is the new Canada Research Chair in Sexual and Gender Minority Youth.
Barbara Fallon is the new Canada Research Chair in Child Welfare.
Congratulations again to both of them for this tremendous achievement and recognition.Barbara Fallon, Bryn King, Faculty in the News, FIFSW Students in the News, Tara Black
A new report cites poverty as a key factor in families who come into contact with the child protection system
Kofi Antwi-Boasiako (FIFSW, PhD Student), Bryn King, Tara Black, Barbara Fallon, Nico Trocmé and Deborah Goodman co-author a report that for the first time calculates the effect of poverty in Ontario child protection and how it plays a significant role in the disproportionate number of black and aboriginal children being taken from their families and placed into care.Barbara Fallon, Faculty in the News
Dr. Barbara Fallon appointed as the Director of Knowledge Mobilization at the Fraser Mustard Institute for Human Development