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A review on the availability and comparability of statistics on child protection and welfare, including children in care, collated by Tusla: Child and Family Agency with statistics published in other jurisdictions
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2019-03)
Tusla commissioned this research study in order to establish how Ireland compares to other jurisdictions, in relation to the collection and publication of data on child protection and welfare services. Its focus has been ...
Exploring ethnic data collection for the Child and Family Agency
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2019-01)
This research aims to assist Tusla - Child and Family Agency in identifying current legislative, policy contexts and obligations to develop an ethically appropriate, legal ethnic data collection system that adheres to a ...
Comparing areas of commonality and distinction between the national practice models of Meitheal and Signs of Safety
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2018-09)
In this report, a characterisation is provided on the central elements/principles that are contained within the Meitheal and the Child and Family Support Networks and Signs of Safety practice models. Both represent two ...
CLANN: Ireland's unmarried mothers and their children: Gathering the data: Principal submission to the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes
(Justice For Magdalenes Research, Adoption Rights Alliance, Hogan Lovells, 2018-10-15)
The Clann Project is a joint voluntary initiative by Adoption Rights Alliance ("ARA") and Justice for Magdalenes Research ("JFMR") in association with global law firm Hogan Lovells. The purpose of the Clann Project is ...
Relational dynamics in youth mentoring: A mixed methods study
(UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway, 2019)
Following this introduction, this report details the findings from a narrative literature review which summarises the research evidence in relation to youth mentoring programmes. This review also discusses the role that ...
Justice for Magdalenes Ireland: Submission to the United Nations Committee against Torture
(Justice for Magdalenes Research, 2011-05)
Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries were residential, commercial and for-profit laundries operated by four Irish orders of nunsi where between the foundation of the Irish Free State in 1922ii and 1996, when the last institution ...
Justice for Magdalenes Research follow-up submission to the UN Human Rights Committee in respect of Ireland
(Justice for Magdalenes Research, 2014-07)
Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries were residential, commercial laundries housed in Catholic convents where between 1922i and 1996,ii well over 10,000iii women and girls, as young as nine, were incarcerated and forced into ...
Freedom of artistic expression and the referendum on the 8th Amendment
(Irish Council for Civil Liberties, 2018-05-18)
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State involvement in the Magdalene Laundries: Justice for Magdalenes principal submissions to the inter-departmental committee to establish the facts of state involvement with the Magdalene laundries
(Justice for Magdalenes, 2012)
The Justice for Magdalenes (JFM) group submitted “State Involvement with the Magdalene Laundries,” the group’s principal submission, to the Inter-Departmental Committee to establish the facts of State involvement with ...
Justice for Magdalenes Ireland: Submission to the United Nations Universal Periodic Review
(Justice for Magdalenes Research, 2011-10)
Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries were residential, commercial and for-profit laundries operated in Catholic convents by four orders of nuns: The Sisters of Mercyi , The Sisters of Our Lady of Charity, ii the Sisters of ...