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'Bhuel, Conas a bhí An Scoil Inniú?' Tuarascáil ar shuirbhé a rinneadh ar an gcaoi a múintear agus a bhfoghlaimíonn daoine ógaAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2017
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'So, How Was School Today?'Report of a survey on how young people are taught and how they learnAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2017
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Monthly Update on Issues relating to Mother and Baby Homes - October 2017Adobe PDF format document

Published in October 2017
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02.10.2017 Children First -Treoir Náisiúnta do Chosaint agus Leas LeanaíAdobe PDF format document

Published in October 2017
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02.10.2017 Children First - National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of ChildrenAdobe PDF format document

Published in October 2017
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Better Outcomes Brighter Futures Annual Report Third Year Of Implementation April 2016 - 2017Adobe PDF format document

Published in September 2017
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An Indicator Set for Better Outcomes Brighter Futures – FAQ'sAdobe PDF format document

Published in September 2017
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Report on the Indicator Set for Better Outcomes, Brighter Futures: The national policy framework for children and young people 2014-2020Adobe PDF format document

Published in September 2017
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Children First Interdepartmental Implementation Group Annual Report 2016 Adobe PDF format document

Published in September 2017
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Diversity and Equality Guidelines for Childcare ProvidersAdobe PDF format document

The Diversity and Equality Guidelines are an important addition to the work of the National Childcare Coordinating Committee (NCCC). The guidelines seek to raise awareness of all diversity in the early childhood care and education sector. They provide relevant and practical information on the steps that can be taken to support equal and inclusive treatment.
Published in August 2017
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DCYA Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2016Adobe PDF format document

Published in August 2017
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DCYA Annual Report 2016Adobe PDF format document

Published in August 2017
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Young Voices - Have your say Summary ReportAdobe PDF format document

Young Voices - Have your say' was a series of regional consultations with young people on how they can be more fully included in society.
Published in July 2017
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National Quality Standards Framework (NQSF) for Youth WorkAdobe PDF format document

Published in July 2017
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28.06.2017 Implementation Plan for Tusla Actions arising from Dr. Shannon's audit of the application of section 12 by An Garda SíochánaAdobe PDF format document

Published in June 2017
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29.05.2017 Report of the Workshop Discussions Comhairle na nÓg Showcase November 2016Adobe PDF format document

Published in May 2017
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18.03.2017 Child participation structures in Ireland: implementation of agency rights in the UNCRCAdobe PDF format document

Published in March 2017
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REPORT OF CONSULTATIONS WITH CHILDREN ON AFTER-SCHOOL CAREAdobe PDF format document

Published in March 2017
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06.03.2017 ACTION PLAN ON SCHOOL AGE CHILDCAREAdobe PDF format document

Published in March 2017
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State of the Nation's Children: Key Findings Ireland 2016Adobe PDF format document

Published in March 2017
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