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9 December 2009 - Remarks by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Mr. Barry Andrews, T.D. Budget 2010

Remarks by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Mr. Barry Andrews, T.D. Budget 2010
Published on 09 December 2009
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Statement by Minister Andrews, Publication of the Commission of Investigation Report into the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin


Published on 26 November 2009
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18 November 2009 - Adoption Bill 2009, Second Stage Speech by Minister Andrews

Adoption Bill 2009 Second Stage Speech by Barry Andrews TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs 18th November 2009
Published on 19 November 2009
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16 October 2009 - Speech by Minister Andrews at the Twelfth Annual Conference of the ACJRD

"Perspectives on Sex Offending - The Victim and the Offender"
Published on 19 October 2009
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10 October 2009 Speech by Minister Andrews at International Adoption Asociation (Ireland) Annual Conference

Speech by Minister Andrews at International Adoption Asociation (Ireland) Annual Conference on Saturday, 10 October 2009
Published on 15 October 2009
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13 October 2009 Minister Andrews launches An Garda Síochána Youth and Children Strategy

Launch of An Garda Síochána Youth and Children Strategy
Published on 13 October 2009
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28 July 2009, Minister Andrews Speech - Implementation Plan Launch

Launch of the Government's Implementation Plan in response Report of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse, 2009
Published on 28 July 2009
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10 July 2009 Speech by Minister Andrews at the launch of Growing Up in Ireland: Key Findings Series: 9-Year-Cohort

The first results from Growing Up in Ireland - the National Longitudinal Study of Children. 'Growing Up in Ireland' is a Government-funded study and one of the most significant pieces of research ever to be undertaken into Irish children.
Published on 10 July 2009
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12 May 2009 Speech by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Barry Andrews, T.D. on the publication of the Redacted Report of the Monageer Inq

Speech by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Barry Andrews, T.D. on the publication of the Redacted Report of the Monageer Inquiry.
Published on 12 May 2009
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2 April 2009 Minister Andrews speech to Children's Rights Alliance Conference Dublin Castle

Speech by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Barry Andrews, T.D.Children's Rights Alliance Conference Dublin Castle 2 April, 2009 Children's Rights – Are we there yet?
Published on 02 April 2009
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Teenagers want cervical cancer vaccine to be made available free of charge for all 12-18 year old girls

Teenagers want cervical cancer vaccine to be made available free of charge for all 12-18 year old girls;. Over 200 delegates from around the country attended the 8th Dáil na nÓg 2009 in Croke Park Conference Centre on 20 February and discussed the themes of Physical Health and Mental Health.
Published on 20 February 2009
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Speech by Barry Andrews TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs at Launch of the Adoption Bill 2009

Speech by Barry Andrews TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs at Launch of the Adoption Bill 2009 in Government Press Centre on 23 January 2009.
Published on 23 January 2009
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