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Publications

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22.09.2016 Stíleanna Beatha Sláintiúla Do Chead Cainte: Comhairliúchán le Leanaí agus le Daoine ÓgaAdobe PDF format document

Published in September 2016
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22.09.2016 Health Lifestyles - Have your Say 'A Consultation with Children and Young PeopleAdobe PDF format document

Published in September 2016
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16.08.2016 An Roinn Leanaí agus Gnóthaí Óige Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2015Adobe PDF format document

Published in August 2016
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16.08.2016 Department of Children and Youth Affairs Annual Report 2015Adobe PDF format document

Published in August 2016
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16.08.2016 The sexualisation and commercialisation of children in Ireland: an exploratory study


Published in August 2016
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04.08.2016 Better Outcomes, Brighter Futures - Annual Report for the second year of implementation, April 2015 – 2016Adobe PDF format document

Annual Report for the second year of implementation, April 2015 – 2016
Published in August 2016
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First Annual Report on Implementation of the National Strategy on Children and Young People's Participation, 2015 - 2020Adobe PDF format document

Published in August 2016
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Early Years: Driving Quality and Challenging Poverty - An ABC Early Years Practice to Policy EventAdobe PDF format document

Published in July 2016
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A Brief Review of Approaches to Oral Language Development 2015 - Full ReportAdobe PDF format document

Published in July 2016
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Area Based Childhood Programme Antenatal and Postnatal Services in North DublinAdobe PDF format document

Published in July 2016
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Area Based Childhood Programme 2013-2017Adobe PDF format document

Published in July 2016
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A Brief Review of Approaches to Oral Language Development Summary 2015Adobe PDF format document

Published in July 2016
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15.06.2016 Children Seen and Heard 1916-2016 (Summary)Adobe PDF format document

Hundreds of children and young people will attend a special ceremonial event at Áras an Uachtaráin today (Wednesday 15th June) to remember the 40 children who died in the Easter Rising and to share their vision for Ireland.As part of Ireland 2016, and in partnership with the Department of Children and Youth
Published in June 2016
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15.06.2016 Children Seen and Heard 1916-2016 Adobe PDF format document

Report of consultations with children and young people on their vision for Ireland and on remembering the children who died in 1916
Published in June 2016
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CHILD CARE ACT 1991 (EARLY YEARS SERVICES) REGULATIONS 2016 Adobe PDF format document

Published in June 2016
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Comhairle na nÓg Regional Networking Days Final Report – May 2016Adobe PDF format document

Published in May 2016
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Comhairle na nÓg Development Fund Annual Report 2015Adobe PDF format document

Published in May 2016
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A Report of Consultations with Children and Young People About Human Rights in Ireland in Advance of the United Nations Universal Periodic Review (UPAdobe PDF format document

Published in May 2016
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Child Care Act 1991 (Early Years Services) Regulations 2016 S.I. No. 221 of 2016Adobe PDF format document

Published in May 2016
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Adoption (Amendment) Bill 2016Adobe PDF format document

Published in May 2016
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