International Protection Bill does not go far enough for children
ISPCC welcomed the publication of the International Protection Bill but also raised some concerns.
Now is the Moment to Invest in Childhood and Rebuild Trust in the State
Blog entry from ISPCC Chief Executive Grainia Long on the passing of the Children First Bill.
ISPCC welcomes passage of the Children First Bill as Historic Moment for Children
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) has welcomed the passage of the final stages of the Children First Bill. The legislation is integral to ensuring a robust and effective child protection system.
Budget 2016- how have children figured?
ISPCC CEO Grainia Long reflects on today's budget and its impact upon children.
Too many children still at risk following Budget 2016
The ISPCC highlights critical inadequacies in the 2016 Budget that will effect children.
ISPCC welcomes the publication of the National Youth Strategy 2015-202
The ISPCC warmly welcomes the publication of the National Youth Strategy 2015-2020. The Strategy is grounded by the Better Outcomes, Brighter Futures: the National Policy Framework for Children & Young People 2014-2020 and will coordinate policy and service across Government, leading to, we hope, a more child-centred and outcomes focused approach to all services and indeed decisions impacting on children and young people.
ISPCC WARNS URGENT ACTION NEEDED TO ENSURE CHILDREN BETTER PROTECTED
The Irish Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Children has warned that urgent action is needed to ensure children are better protected.
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.