ISPCC offers parents advice in advance of children starting secondary school
Read our advice on how to cope with this important transition period for young people.
ISPCC Childline is here round the clock for students receiving their Leaving Cert results
This week, thousands of teenagers across Ireland will receive their Leaving Cert results
On International Youth Day, the ISPCC calls for the voice of the child to be heard
The theme of the 2016 International Youth Day is “The Road to 2030: Eradicating Poverty and Achieving Sustainable Consumption and Production”.
ISPCC welcomes announcement of National Taskforce on Youth Mental Health
The taskforce is much needed and shows a commitment by the government to address the issue of mental health in a proactive and collaborative manner
Applegreen #Euro4Kids in aid of the ISPCC- Just €1 can help a vulnerable child
Customers in all of Applegreen’s 104 stores nationwide will be offered a chance to support the ISPCC with an option to add a donation of €1 at the till this Friday!
“Children cannot wait any longer” – On Anniversary of O’Keefe v. Ireland ISPCC calls for commencement of Children First Act
The Children First Act was enacted in November 2015 but today, over eight months later, only three sections of the Act have commenced.
ISPCC welcomes reappointment of Dr. Geoffrey Shannon as Special Rapporteur on Child Protection
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) welcomes the announcement by Government today of the reappointment of Geoffrey Shannon to the position of Special Rapporteur on Child Protection.
Annual Report: Voice of Child absent from legal processes of parental separation
The system of mediation, the courts process and legal process and the lack of the voice of the child in this system were all issues which came through in the service’s one to-one work with children.