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ST. JAMES RESEARCH CENTRE (SJRC)

St. James Research Centre for Evidence-Based Social Intervention was established by Global Family Care Network in Scotland. Our goal is to equip leaders to conduct research and implement programs in community-based development, prevention of modern slavery, rehabilitation and psycho-therapeutic programs for victims of human trafficking, and orphan care.

 

We are located in Falkirk, Scotland. Our office, trainings, and student accommodation are at St. James Church, built in 1898. The St. James Research Centre is connected to a global network of experienced professionals in the field of community-based development, anti-trafficking prevention and rehabilitation programming, orphan care, and evaluation.

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Our goal is to equip leaders to conduct research and implement programmes in community based development, prevention of modern slavery, rehabilitation and psychotherapeutic programmes for victims of human trafficking and orphan care.

 

  • Training and resourcing of individuals working in the prevention of human trafficking and community-based approaches.

  • Research and development of innovative, best practice, and alternative interventions.

  • Monitoring and evaluation of Global Family’s international global programs.

To facilitate progress in these focus areas we have the following aims for SJRC:

 

  • Provide evidence-based training and courses to students and practitioners

  • Build an international community of practice that will promote, implement, and disseminate knowledge around best practice approaches in family and community strengthening

  • Serve as a community space for youth clubs, women’s groups, and local associations to gather