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Aug, 2015
As budget decisions loom, we must act now to protect children
On July 15th 2015 TUSLA, the Child and Family Agency, published a National review of cases awaiting Allocation. While the ISPCC very much welcome such a thorough review, the findings are a stark reminder that Ireland has a long way to go to ensure that our child protection and welfare systems are fit for purpose.
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Jul, 2015
ISPCC Welcomes Adoption Information and Tracing Bill
The ISPCC warmly welcomes the publication of the General Scheme and Heads of the Adoption (Information and Tracing) Bill earlier this week.

 CEO Grainia Long “It is essential that all children are given the opportunity to know their identity and that there are no unreasonable barriers to accessing information about their history. For too long, people seeking information about their past have been presented with legal obstacles, and this bill will go a long way to ensuring that blocks are removed.  The ISPCC believes that the legsislation strikes an appropriate balance between the right to access information and the right to privacy”.
The bill sets out the best interests of the child as the guiding principal and the ISPCC will be examining this legislation in more detail in the coming weeks to consider areas which could be enhanced.
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' We're Going on a Bear Hunt' Family Yoga. Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin
This is a One Hour Family Yoga Workshop where all families come together to practice gentle yoga in a fun and mindful way.
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Website for Missing Children in Ireland
Website for Missing Children in Ireland