Books / Book Chapters:
Tyrie, J (2013) Extended rights for children and young people in Wales? A focus on gender. In Williams, J The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in Wales . University of Wales Press
Haughton, C., Sarwar, S., Tyrie, J., Beauchamp, G. and Ellis, C. (2015) ‘‘Wild Time’: discovery and adventure tales from free-play episodes with a reception class working in an ancient woodland site’ presented at British Education Studies Association (BESA) conference, 25th-26th June, 2015, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Tyrie, J. (2010) Young People’s Access to their Rights in Wales: Is Wales moving forward to, or backward from, the UNCRC? Childhood and Youth in Transition, Third International Conference Of Childhood and Youth, Sheffield July 2010
Tyrie, J. (2010) Gender Inequalities In Accessing Rights: The Voice of Children In Wales. Annual Conference of the British Sociological Association
Tyrie, J. (2008) Gender and Rights: Young People’s Access to their Entitlements in Wales. Annual Conference of the British Sociological Association, 28th– 30th March 2008.
Tyrie, J. and Beauchamp, G. (In Press) Children's Perceptions of their Access to Rights in Wales: The Relevance of Gender and Age, International Journal of Children's Rights
LEWIS, A., SARWAR, S. TYRIE, J., WATERS, J., and WILLIAMS, J. (2015) ‘Reviewing Young Children’s Rights in Education in Wales’,
Welsh Journal of Education (under review).
Crawley, H (2009) The Situation among Children in Immigrant Families in the United Kingdom‘, Innocenti Working Paper, no. 2009-18, Florence, UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre.
Contributor Towards Report.
Tyrie, J. (2007) National Evaluation of Extending Entitlement: How do young people perceive their access to rights in Wales? Post-Graduate Conference, Swansea University, Presentation of paper 30th April 2007
Case, S, Haines, K, Isles, E, Rees, I & Tyrie, J (2007) Evaluation of Young People’s Access to Entitlements: Report of the 11-16 Year Olds School Survey Measuring Access to Entitlements. Swansea University: Swansea.
Dr Jacky Tyrie joined the Early Childhood Studies (ECS) team teaching on the BA in Education Studies in September 2014. Jacky has previously spent four years lecturing on Childhood Studies Programmes both in Swansea University and Cardiff Metropolitan University as part of an interdisciplinary team. Jacky focused on ECS from a sociological and geographical perspective and has interests in children’s rights, equality, inclusion and gender, and research methodologies.
Jacky has been working for approximately seven years post graduation as a researcher. Having completed her PhD in 2010 examine children’s access to their rights in wales and the impact of gender of access to rights, she then developed these focuses to a range of research projects. Some projects include research with young children in reception classes of local primary schools examining ITC and learning, working as principal investigator on a project evaluating a home based Play scheme with parents and young children. Jacky is currently exploring ways of examining young children’s ‘lived’ experiences of human rights.