Measuring Up for Children: Reviewing the 'McMahon' Recommendations
Irish Architectural Archive, 45 Merrion Square East, Dublin 2
Thursday 8 June 2017
10:00am - 3:00pm
Published in June 2015, the McMahon Report contained 173 recommendations to improve the protection process and direct provision for asylum seekers in Ireland.
The Children’s Rights Alliance and the Prevention and Early Intervention Network welcome the opening of a national discussion on the role of Community Nursing and Midwifery, and are delighted to have the opportunity to make a submission to the consultation process.
This submission seeks to support and inform the consultation process on the development of a Community Nursing and Midwifery Response to an integrated model of care and provides recommendations on how to strengthen the model being proposed by the Department of Health.
The Children’s Rights Alliance is deeply concerned about the provision of mental health services to
children and young people in Ireland. Recent studies suggest that young people in Ireland may have a
higher rate of mental health issues than similarly aged young people in other countries. This has not
resulted in a correlated level of service provision.
Children’s Rights Alliance Pays Tribute to Enda Kenny TD
The Children’s Rights Alliance has paid tribute to Enda Kenny TD following his retirement as leader of the Fine Gael party.
Tanya Ward, Chief Executive of the Children’s Rights Alliance, said today: “We would like to thank Enda Kenny as outgoing leader of our country for his actions to promote children’s rights.
Children’s Rights Alliance Welcomes Right to Aftercare Plans
The Children’s Rights Alliance has responded to the announcement by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Katherine Zappone TD of a new entitlement to provide aftercare plans for children leaving the care system. This is to be backed up by promised funding for aftercare workers to support up to 600 children leaving care each year.
Welcome to the Children’s Rights Alliance Annual Directors' Report 2016.