In the global environment that we operate within, travel plays an important role as people gather for congresses and events. Although the risk to the general public within Ireland is currently classed as low in relation to the recent COVID-19 virus, Read More
The final programme and list of posters have been published by the Realist 2020 Programme Committee. Realist 2020 Programme (14/2/2020) Realist 2020 Poster List (14/2/2020)
Guest speakers Ray Pawson Post-truth versus Post-empiricism Fact checking is by now a routine feature of news coverage, with a small industry of agencies and web-sites seeking to halt the spread of lies, deception, spin, bombast and artifice that pervade modern political Read More
A number of bursaries are available to cover the cost of conference registration.
On Monday 23 March, before the actual conference starts, two hands-on workshops will be organised, one focusing on realist evaluation and realist research, the second one on realist synthesis. The workshops targets researchers and evaluators applying or thinking about using RE and/or RS, but also policymakers and research and evaluation commissioners.
Please be informed that the abstract submission deadline is extended until 23.59 GMT on Monday 4th November 2019. Submissions must be received by this time.
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