The ISPCC has responded to the broadcast of an RTÉ Investigates documentary, ‘Scouts Dis-honour’, which outlined allegations of historic child sexual abuse in the Scouting Association of Ireland and the Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland.
The ISPCC has today welcomed the launch by Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Katherine Zappone TD of pilot service for children …
ISPCC Childline, Ireland’s national active listening service for children, is calling on creches, schools, community groups, businesses and individuals across the country to host a breakfast this October and help raise vital funds to ensure Childline is always there to listen
ISPCC Childline Available 24 / 7 To Students Receiving Their Leaving Certificate Results And All Young People
With thousands receiving their Leaving Certificate results, the ISPCC has reminded all young people that Childline is here to listen 24 hours a day, every day.
TodayFM broadcaster Paula MacSweeney has joined the campaign to highlight the importance of the Childline service to every child in Ireland …
The ISPCC has welcomed the addition of Teenline to the range of services it offers children and young people across Ireland who seek support.
ISPCC Expresses Concern At Harmful And Neglectful Treatment Of Children At Dublin-Based Childcare Provider
The ISPCC has expressed serious concern at the grave findings of Wednesday night’s RTÉ Investigates programme which highlighted how young children in the care of a Dublin-based childcare provider were repeatedly subjected to treatment which was harmful and neglectful to their safety and their physical and emotional wellbeing.
ISPCC Childline is making it easier than ever for individuals to help change the lives of children by launching a text-to-donate service to help raise vital funds for the service.