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Publications

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Working for Children and Families: Exploring Good PracticeAdobe PDF format document

Published in December 2004
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National Children's Office Information Leaflet : Making a difference for children and young people.Adobe PDF format document

Information about the work of the National Children's Office
Published in July 2004
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NCO Annual Report 2003 - IrishAdobe PDF format document

NCO Annual Report 2003 - Irish
Published in June 2004
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NCO Annual Report 2003Adobe PDF format document

NCO Annual Report 2003
Published in June 2004
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Children First - SummaryAdobe PDF format document

Summary booklet on guidelines from Children First publication
Published in June 2004
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Children First - SummaryAdobe PDF format document

Summary booklet on guidelines from Children First publication
Published in May 2004
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Student Council Leaflet - IrishAdobe PDF format document

Student Council Leaflet - Irish
Published in March 2004
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Student Council LeafletAdobe PDF format document

Student Council Leaflet
Published in March 2004
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READY, STEADY, PLAY! A National Play Policy - Executive SummaryAdobe PDF format document

READY, STEADY, PLAY! A National Play Policy - Executive Summary
Published in March 2004
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READY, STEADY, PLAY! A National Play PolicyAdobe PDF format document

READY, STEADY, PLAY! A National Play Policy
Published in March 2004
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Review of the Guardian ad Litem ServiceAdobe PDF format document

Final Report from Capita Consulting Ireland in association with the Nuffield Institute for Health
Published in March 2004
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Review of literature on the Delphi TechniqueAdobe PDF format document

The Delphi technique is a research approach used to gain consensus through a series of rounds of questionnaire surveys, usually two or three, where information and results are fed back to panel members between each round.
Published in March 2004
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Progress Report on the Implementation of the National Children's Strategy 2004Adobe PDF format document

The Capita Report was received by the NCO in March, 2004. The report was circulated to the relevant government departments for consideration and observations. The Report was also circulated widely to bodies outside Government for observations. In addition a number of individuals and other organisations contacted the NCO seeking copies of the Report.
Published in January 2004
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NCO Statement of Strategy - IrishAdobe PDF format document

NCO Statement of Strategy - Irish
Published in January 2004
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NCO Statement of StrategyAdobe PDF format document

I am pleased to introduce the Strategy Statement of the National Children's Office. The Statement of Strategy is closely linked to the National Children's Strategy, which is the first comprehensive strategy designed to improve the quality of life of Ireland's children.
Published in January 2004
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NCO Annual Report 2002Adobe PDF format document

I am very pleased to present this first Annual Report of the National Children's Office (NCO). I took up the position of Director on the 1 March 2002. I have found the work exciting and challenging. During 2002, the NCO grew from a staff of six to seventeen, so it was effectively a set-up year.
Published in January 2004
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