Ms Anne Crowley
Conference Papers / Publications
Crowley, A. (article accepted by the Journal of Contemporary Social Welfare published by Routledge) Is Anyone Listening? The impact of children’s participation on public policy.
Crowley, A. (forthcoming) Children’s participation in Wales, in Williams, J. (ed.) The UNCRC in Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Crowley, A. (2011) Child Poverty in Wales, in Williams, C. (ed.) Social Policy for Social Welfare Practice in a Devolved Wales (Second edition). Birmingham: BASW/Venture Press.
Crowley, A. and Croke, R. (2011) Child Poverty and Human Rights, in Williams, J. and Invernizzi, A. (eds.) The Human Rights of Children: From Visions to Implementation. London: Ashgate.
Crowley, A. and Skeels, A. (2010) Getting the measure of children and young people’s participation, in, Percy-Smith, B. and Thomas, N. (eds.) A Handbook of children and young people's participation: perspectives from theory and practice. London: Routledge.
Crowley, A and Pithouse, A (2008) ‘Adults Rule? Children, advocacy, and complaints to social services, Children and Society,21 (3) pp.201-204.
Pithouse, A and Crowley, A. (2007) ‘National Standards in advocacy: what do young people say? In Child Care in Practice 13:1, pp17-32.
Thomas, N. and Crowley A. (2007) The State of Children’s Welfare and Rights in Wales. Contemporary Wales, 18. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Selected Conference Papers
Paper presented at the European Sociological Association 10th Conference, ‘Social Relations in Turbulent Times’, 7-10 September 2011. Is anyone listening? The impact of children’s participation on public policy.
Paper presented at International Childhoods Conference, Sheffield University July 2010. Getting the Measure of Children’s Participation.
Paper presented at Conference on Devolution and Divergence: Health and Social Care in the UK, Cardiff University, May 2010. Has devolution delivered inclusive governance for children in Wales? (with Professor Andy Pithouse)
Thomas, N. and Crowley A. (2007) The State of Children’s Welfare and Rights in Wales. Contemporary Wales, 18. Cardiff.