Shane Long teams up with Intersport Elverys to support Childline message that ‘Talking Makes Us Stronger’
Republic of Ireland and Southampton footballer Shane Long has teamed up with Intersport Elverys to show his support for ISPCC Childline’s Headbomz campaign, by sporting a colourful new beanie hat displaying the ‘Talking Makes Us Stronger’ message.
Hozier to headline 2FM Xmas Ball in aid of ISPCC
2FM and MCD are delighted to announce the return of The 2FM Xmas Ball in aid of The ISPCC, which will take place at 3Arena on Friday December 14th, 2018.
Pippa O'Connor launches Cheerios Childline Breakfast Week 2018
Cheerios Childline Breakfast 15th – 21st October 2018
ISPCC supports Tusla's National Child and Family Support Week
The ISPCC is supporting the Child and Family Agency Tusla’s National Child and Family Support Week, which is taking place from today, Monday September 17th through to Sunday September 23rd.
ISPCC expresses concern at findings of non-compliance with national standards in Tusla–run foster care services across Ireland
The ISPCC has expressed concern at the findings by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) of failure by Tusla services to comply with national standards, following the publication of the report on the final inspection of Tusla-run foster care services across the country.
OtterBox sales at Vodafone benefit ISPCC Childline
ISPCC Childline is benefitting from sales of OtterBox products sold at Vodafone stores and online at Vodafone.ie.
Childline service available for any Leaving Cert student wishing to talk
ISPCC Childline has congratulated young people collecting their Leaving Certificate results today and has advised that the service is available for any young person wishing to talk.
ISPCC calls on Government to set and work to meaningful target on child homelessness
It is a full year since the Government failed to meet its self-imposed deadline to cease the use of commercial hotel and B&B emergency accommodation and the number of homeless children shockingly stands at 3,824; an increase of 35 per cent on this time last year.
ISPCC welcomes the publication of Government’s Action Plan for Online Safety
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) has welcomed the launch by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD of the government’s first Action Plan for Online Safety, while calling for a further firm commitment to be made on establishing statutory regulation of internet and social media provision, and a Digital Safety Commissioner with real authority.
ISPCC Appoints New Chief Executive
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) has announced the appointment of John Church as its new CEO.