#ReadyToFly Extreme ZIPLINE Challenge in aid of ISPCC Childline
Want to join one of our most adrenaline filled events ever? Find out more about this once in a lifetime challenge that is NOT for the faint hearted.
"The ISPCC has consistently urged robust regulation of charities"
The ISPCC is deeply concerned at allegations of poor governance and financial mismanagement at Console. Read ISPCC CEO Grainia Long's statement on the governance problems at the charity.
Could you help ISPCC Childline listen to children?
We are now recruiting volunteers at a number of our offices nationwide.
Setting the Age of Digital Consent at 13 is Appropriate
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. This remains the position of the ISPCC, for the reasons outlined below.
ISPCC warmly welcomes the announcement that a Digital Safety Commissioner will be appointed this year.
The ISPCC is delighted to welcome the announcement that Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten will be appointing a Digital Safety Commissioner this year.
#ReadyToFly ZIPLINE Challenge in aid of ISPCC Childline
The ISPCC is delighted to launch their first ever Extreme Zip Line Event. On Saturday 21st April 2018, 100 participants will take part in the world's fastest zip line. ‘Velocity’ based in Snowdonia, Wales, is also the longest zip line in Europe.