are you worried about a child? find out who to talk to.

SIRCC-cover-523.jpgScottish Journal of Residential Child Care

Our Journal provides a rich forum for debate and dissemination about the topical issues in research, policy and practice about residential child care and all care experience. We're always on the lookout for contributors to share their wide and varied experience - from practitioners, managers, researchers and policy folk, to young people with experience of the care system. Get in touch.

Sign up for our SJRCC Newsletter, to receive all the latest news and details of the current Call for Papers. Simply follow the link and tick the Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care box.


At this time Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care also aims to contribute to an understanding of how children and young people in care in various settings have been affected by the virus and efforts to mitigate its impact. We will be publishing a series of special feature articles in which our correspondents describe how the everyday lives of children and those who care for them have been changed.

Current Issue

Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 19 No 1

This issue includes a mix of peer-reviewed articles, commentaries and the Kilbrandon Lecture.

Previous Issues

Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 18 No 3

This issue includes a mix of peer-reviewed articles, commentaries and the Kilbrandon Lecture.

Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 18 No 2

This issue comprises articles submitted in response to a call for submissions to celebrate the 20th …

Contact us

University of Strathclyde, Curran Building, Level 6
94 Cathedral St, Glasgow G4 0LG
0141 444 8500
celcis@strath.ac.uk

Sitemap | Accessibility | CookiesPrivacy notice

© 2019 CELCIS. All rights reserved.  

This website uses cookies to help improve your online experience.

By using this website you consent to the use of cookies and agree to the terms of our Cookie policyLearn more about how we use information in our Privacy notice.