THE ISPCC has welcomed the timely hosting of an Open Policy Debate on Online Safety by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, with the input of other departments. The event will raise awareness of raise awareness of activities being undertaken to increase online safety and identify areas where further consideration and co-operation between stakeholders may be necessary.
The ISPCC is calling upon women across the country and beyond to step up for children and young people in Ireland by signing up to take part in this year’s VHI Women’s Mini Marathon in aid of Childline
The online printer ink business has committed to supporting children in Ireland by making a €1 donation to Childline for every cartridge purchased at printerinks.ie. In addition, the Printerinks team will participate in fundraising events in collaboration with the ISPCC’s events calendar, to further benefit the Childline service.
The ISPCC has announced that Childline, Ireland’s national listening service for children and young people, has re-opened following closure as a result of a Status Red National Weather Warning issued by Met Eireann.
Three organisations working to protect children and young people online have today called on all Oireachtas members to retain the age of Digital Consent at 13 to avoid significant risks to child safety
ISPCC Urges All-Party Support For Digital Safety Commissioner Bill To Enhance Children’s Protection Online
The ISPCC this evening welcomed the Dáil debate on the Digital Safety Commissioner Bill 2017, as introduced by Sinn Féin.
The ISPCC recommended to the Department of Justice and Equality in its consultation process on the age of digital consent in 2016 that Ireland set the age of digital consent at 13 years.
ISPCC Warmly Welcomes The Announcement That A Digital Safety Commissioner Will Be Appointed This Year
Children’s online safety is the child protection issue of our time. The ISPCC has been to the fore of championing the need for a Digital Safety Commissioner …
The national child protection charity has welcomed the publication of ‘Roma in Ireland: A National Needs Assessment’ and urged the Government to implement its recommendations without delay.
ISPCC Urges Immediate Action Following Ombudsman For Children Report On State Failures To Support Children With Disabilities In Foster Care
The national child protection charity has welcomed the acceptance by the Child and Family Agency Tusla of the findings of the Ombudsman For Children’s (OCO) report …