Christine Reilly
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Title and full name (usually known by)
Christine Reilly
Job title or role
PhD student
Name of Centre/Department/Institute/Organisation
University of the West of Scotland
Weblink to Centre/Department/Institute/Organisation
http://www.uws.ac.uk
My other contact details are
Christine Reilly
PhD Student
Business School
University of the West of Scotland
Paisley Campus
Paisley
PA1 2BE

direct line: 0141 848 3522
mail: christine.reilly at uws.ac.uk
Research interests & work-in-progress
My PhD study is entitled 'Volunteering and Employability: volunteer involving organisations as labour market intermediaries'.

Specifically I am interested in the role of VIOs in delivering employability programmes, and the views of employers towards volunteering and the outcomes of these programmes.
Other involvement with the voluntary sector
I previously worked as Research and Development Officer for Volunteer Development Scotland. I am a trustee of two local organisations and I volunteer for the Scottish Consumer Council.
Key publications since 2005
Danson, M., & Reilly, C., (2008) Report on data collection on volunteering. VDS. Stirling.

Jarvis, S., & Reilly, C., (2007) Training courses for community development practitioners and volunteers managers. An evaluation carried out by Volunteer Development Scotland for the Scottish Centre for Regeneration. SCR. Glasgow.

MacRae, R., & Reilly, C., (2007) Young People and Environmental Volunteering. VDS. Stirling.

Reilly, C., (in press) Investigating the roots of volunteering in the natural heritage. SNH. Inverness

Reilly, C., (2009) ‘Blue sky thinking, or grounded in reality?’ Applying ‘good management’ frameworks to environmental volunteering. In NCVO & VSSN 15th Researching the Voluntary Sector Conference. Warwick, UK 7th-8th September 2009. NCVO. London.

Reilly, C., (2009) Paths to Health survey stage one. VDS. Stirling.

Reilly, C., (2009) Updating the Scottish Biodiversity Strategy engagement indicator. E4. SNH. Glasgow.

Reilly, C., (2008) Volunteering and the historic environment. HEACS. Edinburgh.

Reilly, C., (2008) The Impact of Time Banking in Scotland. In NCVO & VSSN 14th Researching the Voluntary Sector Conference. Warwick, UK 9th – 10th September 2008. NCVO. London.

Reilly, C., (2008) Volunteer Centres and Community Learning and Development. VDS. Stirling.

Reilly, C., (2007) Disability groups and the recruitment niche: a case study of Access Panels. In NCVO & VSSN 13th Researching the Voluntary Sector Conference, Warwick, UK 5th – 6th September 2007. NCVO. London.

Reilly, C., (2006) Disabled People and Volunteering. SDEF. Stirling.

Reilly, C., (2006) Annual Digest of Volunteering in Scotland: Discussion Paper. VDS. Stirling.

Reilly, C., (2005) Volunteering and Disability: Experiences and perceptions of volunteering from disabled people and organisations. VDS. Stirling.

Reilly, C., (2005) Volunteering and Disability: Top Tips. VDS. Stirling.

Reilly, C., (2005) Student Volunteering in Scotland. In CEV (European Volunteer Centre) Volunteering for all ages: summit of generations, Cluj Napoca, Romania, 21st May 2005. CEV. Belgium.

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