ISPCC Calls for Direct Provision Changes To Be Implemented Urgently
The ISPCC today welcomes the publication of the report from the working group on Ireland’s asylum and protection process.
ISPCC Calls For Inclusion Of Children In The Gender Recognition Bill
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, the national child protection and welfare charity which runs Childline, has voiced its serious concerns at the lack of inclusion of children in the Gender Recognition Bill, currently before the Oireachtas.
CEO Blog: Ireland has newly found fame as a country with a progressive agenda- can we live up to the hype?
While the scale of the turnout in the Marriage Equality referendum and the nature of the result has surprised many, I have been equally astounded at the international attention it has afforded Ireland.
ISPCC Welcomes the Council of Europe Ruling on the Physical Punishment of Children and Calls for an Immediate Ban
The European Committee of Social Rights has today ruled that Ireland and Slovenia are in violation of Article 17 of the European Social Charter because all corporal punishment of children is not prohibited.
The ISPCC calls on Government to outlaw the Physical Punishment of Children, at their AGM 2015
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC), the national child protection charity which runs the Childline service, today called on the Government to put in place a comprehensive ban on corporal punishment.
ISPCC Welcomes Referendum Result
The ISPCC warmly welcomes the Marriage Equality Referendum result.
The ISPCC marks International Missing Children’s Day
May 25th marks International Missing Children Day.
“We’ve changed forever what it means to grow up LGBT in Ireland” says BeLonGToYES
Statement on historic marriage equality referendum victory