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Georgia joined the Centre for Research on Children and Families in 2011, to begin an ESRC Post-Doctoral Fellowship, working with Professor Margaret O’Brien on a project entitled: ‘Utilising fathers’ narratives to inform interventions for supporting separated parents’. Her doctoral thesis was a qualitative sociological study of fathering after separation and divorce. Georgia then worked on another ESRC funded project, looking at care planning for looked after children, and the role of the Independent Reviewing Officer. Since 2014, Georgia has worked on two significant and innovative, Nuffield funded projects: 2014-17, Counting fathers in; Men’s experiences of the child protection system; and 2017-2019/20 Up Against It: Understanding the scale, pattern & dynamics of fathers’ recurrent appearance in care proceedings. From 2021-22 she was PI on an independent evaluation of the Caring Dads programme in Blackburn with Darwen.
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Evaluation of Blackburn with Darwen’s Caring Dads Safer Children (CDSC) Programme
1/10/20 → 30/09/21
Understanding men's perspectives on encounters with the child protection system
Brandon, M., Clifton, J. & Philip, G.
1/11/14 → 31/07/17
Working at Post Divorce Family Life: Utilising fathers' narratives to inform interventions for supporting separated parents
Philip, G. & O'Brien, M.
Economic and Social Research Council
1/11/11 → 31/10/12
Caring Dads Independent Evaluation ReportPhilip, G. & Youansamouth, L., 2 Feb 2022, Centre for Research on Children and Families, UEA. 108 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned reportOpen AccessFile44 Downloads (Pure)
'Up Against It'; Understanding Fathers’ Repeat Appearance in Local Authority Care ProceedingsPhilip, G., Bedston, S., Youansamouth, L., Clifton, J., Broadhurst, K., Brandon, M. & Hu, Y., 22 Mar 2021, Centre for Research on Children and Families, UEA. 213 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Other reportOpen AccessFile24 Downloads (Pure)
Vulnerable as well as potential sources of risk: fathers in the family justice systemPhilip, G. & Broadhurst, K., 6 Apr 2021, Community Care Online.
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › ArticleOpen Access
“I had no hope, I had no help at all”: Insights from a first study of fathers and recurrent care proceedingsPhilip, G., Youansamouth, L., Bedston, S., Broadhurst, K., Hu, Y., Clifton, J. & Brandon, M., 20 Nov 2020, In: Societies. 10, 4, 16 p., 89.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile6 Citations (Scopus)34 Downloads (Pure)
Linked lives: Gender, family relations and recurrent care proceedings in EnglandBedston, S., Philip, G., Youansamouth, L., Clifton, J., Broadhurst, K., Brandon, M. & Hu, Y., Oct 2019, In: Children and Youth Services Review. 105, 104392.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile33 Downloads (Pure)