Research ReportsWRDA has conducted and contributed to a wide range of research projects. Check out a comprehensive selection of our reports below.
Women and Peace Building:All of the reports covering our series of events and workshops exploring women and peace building can be found at the bottom of this page.
Celebrating Belfast Women Series:Celebrating Belfast Women - Tour Guiding Booklet
Celebrating Belfast Women Renaming the Streets BookletThe NI Economy: Women on the Edge? (July 2011):The NI Economy: Women on the Edge? - Full reportWomen on the Edge Executive SummaryWomen on the Edge Technical Report full / Summary
Women on the Edge? Summary of Recommendations by Government Department.The NI Economy: Women on the Edge Report by Sections:Women & the Economy Section1 - Setting the SceneWomen & the Economy Section 2 - EconomyWomen & the Economy Section 3 - EmploymentWomen & the Economy Section 4 - Childcare for EmploymentWomen & the Economy Section 5 - Lone ParentsWomen & the Economy Section 6 - Migrant WomenWomen & the Economy Section 7 - Young WomenWomen & the Economy Section 8 - Older WomenWomen & the Economy Section 9 - PensionsWomen & the Economy Section 10 - Welfare and Welfare ReformWomen & the Economy Section 11 - Debt and CreditWomen & the Economy Section 12 - Housing and Energy DebtWomen & the Economy Section 13 - Summary of RecommendationsOther WRDA reports:Social Return On Investment (SROI): WRDA's Health Programmes Summary Report. Oct 2012. Childcare Mapping and Research Report 2010Women's Experiences of Violence: Mapping Experiences and Responses. A Pilot Study, WCRP. Feb '10Women Living in Disadvantaged Communities: Barriers to ParticipationWorking in the Community: the Contribution of Women's Centres to their local Communities, WCRP. March '09Women & the Conflict ReportIs Gender Part of Good Relations?, WRDA. Sept '07The Grass Ceiling - Audit of women in rural areas in the north of Ireland, WRDA. Aug '06Northern Ireland Gender Audit. June '06Women's Equality: International Standards & Local Strategies. Ad Hoc Policy Group. Sept '05