The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children welcomes the publication of Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Bill 2015
Today the ISPCC has welcomed the publication of the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Bill 2015 which aims to implement wide ranging reform in the area of sexual offences and offer greater protection to children from sexual exploitation.
ISPCC and the Children’s Rights Alliance call on Oireachtas to take urgent action to protect children
Today marks the resumption of the Dáil and Seanad and children’s organisations the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and the Children’s Rights Alliance are asking the government to make children a priority and ensure that Children First Bill is placed on a statutory footing without delay.
National Parents Week 2015
Today, Parentline and ISPCC are joining together to launch National Parents Week 2015 (14th-20th September) and are urging parents not to be afraid to ask for help with parenting.
The ISPCC welcomes the establishment of The Irish Refugee Protection Programme
The ISPCC warmly welcomes the establishment of the Irish Refugee Protection Programme which will see Ireland resettle and relocate up to 4,000 persons forced to flee their native countries due to war and conflict.
Caroline Downey Announced as President of the ISPCC
Businesswoman Caroline Downey has today been announced as President of the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC).
ISPCC advises that standing up to bullying is everyone’s business
The ISPCC is highlighting the issue of bullying as thousands of children and young people across the country return to school and is advising that standing up to bullying is everyone’s business.
Domestic Violence Bill 2015
Investing in Childhood
ISPCC Childline Pre-2016 Budget Submission
ISPCC Childline warns of child protection risk caused by homelessness
Commenting on recent official figures showing a marked increase in child homelessness, the ISPCC Childline has warned that homeless children and their families who are placed in emergency accommodation could be at risk.