What will Brexit mean for children? This is the question our Government needs to explore
Our key focus is to ensure that the laws, policies and institutions that protect children are not undermined by the changes
ISPCC calls for terms of reference for TUSLA investigation to allow for systemic review
The terms of reference should not be narrowed with reference to a single case, but should examine all aspects of how the Tusla agency deals with such cases
Tusla must move quickly to restore confidence, or children will suffer
ISPCC CEO Grainia Long on the McCabe case
ISPCC & Vodafone Launch New Guidelines on Safer Internet Use
In partnership with Vodafone Ireland, the ISPCC launches new guidelines for parents to BE CUTE on safer internet use by children and young people.
ISPCC welcomes repeal of exemptions for child marriage in Domestic Violence Bill
The ISPCC particularly welcomes the inclusion of measures to repeal the exemptions which enable people under the age of 18 to marry, following application to the courts, and provisions of the Bill aimed at hearing the voice of the child in proceedings relating to them.
2,505 Children Homeless at Christmas: Action Plan for Housing
Efforts Must be Intensified to Meet Targets and Protect Children’s Human Rights – ISPCC
Shield Youth Award: Dillon St.Paul gives his tip for success
The Apprentice's Dillon St.Paul gives his best tips
ISPCC Response to the Minister for Education’s commitment to reform school admission policy
Each child has the right, set out in international treaties, to freedom from discrimination