Resources provided by Hotline.ie, the national centre for combatting illegal content online, have been enhanced.
‘Break the Cycle: one report at a time’: ISPCC commends Hotline.ie on its dedication to combatting child sexual abuse online
Today, Hotline.ie launched its annual report for 2020 ‘Break the Cycle: one report at a time’ highlighting that it received 10,583 reports from the public, with 2,852 identified as containing
School Bullying and the Impact on Mental Health Report published; ISPCC urges action on recommendations
Today, the Joint Committee on Education, Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science published its report on School Bullying and the Impact on Mental Health. The ISPCC made a submission to the public consultation and is delighted to see some of its representation within the final report.
The Camogie Association is proudly supporting ISPCC Childline for the 2021 All-Ireland Camogie Championships
The Camogie Association are delighted to announce they are proudly supporting ISPCC Childline
ISPCC Childline is delighted to be a beneficiary of this summer’s Woodie’s Heroes 2021 campaign.
The ISPCC has expressed concern at a rise in reports of child abuse
Ireland must ‘build back better’ for all children and young people, ISPCC urges in response to Ombudsman for Children’s Office Annual Report
Anxiety, tensions at home and uncertainty around exams were among the issues most frequently raised by children contacting Childline in 2020
Runners at the ready! Childline volunteers are calling on everyone to join them this summer in conquering the ‘Way to 5K’ challenge
‘More Questions than Answers’ says ISPCC as it responds to Oireachtas Committee hearing on Online Safety Bill
The ISPCC eagerly tuned into the Joint Oireachtas Committee tasked with the pre-legislative scrutiny of the Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill