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Oireachtas Monitor on Children's Rights

The Oireachtas Monitor is our weekly synopsis of Parliamentary debate on children and young people’s issues including child poverty, health, education and children’s rights.

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17 Oct 2019 RT : There are over 100,000 children living in consistent poverty in Ireland many in one-parent families. On UN Interna… https://t.co/Cb7jBxKuEK
17 Oct 2019 Please share! Closing date tomorrow Friday, 18 October. We are looking for a Social Policy Analyst to join the… https://t.co/exZsSYmcnK
17 Oct 2019 RT : Great to hear the Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin highlight the Children's Rights enshrined in the UN Convention on the… https://t.co/hj1oAspfRw