Here is our submission to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Children and Youth Affairs on the Childcare Support Bill 2017 submitted in February 2018.
Save the Date:
Perilous Passage - Child Refugee Symposium
Thursday 5 April 2018, 9:30am - 1:00pm
Chartered Accountants' House, 47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
This research paper was compiled by A&L Goodbody on behalf of the Children's Rights Alliance and the Children's Law Centre (Belfast).
This pro bono research was facilitated through the Public Interest Law Alliance (PILA), a project of the Free Legal Advice Centres and the Public Interest Litigation Support (PILS) Project Northern Ireland.
Tuesday, 13th February 2018
Children Still Left Wanting Despite Government Efforts -
Overall C- grade awarded to government in annual Report Card
Family homelessness is now a “national emergency”, according to the Children’s Rights Alliance, which today (13.02.2018) awarded the Government an E for Child and Family Homelessness in its Report Card 2018.
Government Must Act on Findings of Child Care Law Reporting Project
The Children’s Rights Alliance has welcomed the release of today’s publication from the Child Care Law Reporting Project. The Project aims to provide information to the public on child care proceedings in the courts and make recommendations to address any short-comings in the child care system.