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Comprehensive Review of ExpenditureAdobe PDF format document

Comprehensive Review of Expenditure - Vote 43 Report of the Department of Children and Youth Affairs
Published in December 2011
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Growing Up in Ireland - Infant Cohort - No. 4 Children's Physical Growth from Birth to Age 3Adobe PDF format document

Published in December 2011
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No. 3 Economic & Financial Circumstances Among Families of 3-Year-OldsAdobe PDF format document

Published in December 2011
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No. 2 Family Life and ChildcareAdobe PDF format document

Published in December 2011
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Growing Up in Ireland - Child Cohort - No. 1 The Health of 3-Year-OldsAdobe PDF format document

Published in December 2011
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National Strategy for Research and Data on Children's Lives 2011 - 2016 - Full Report (Irish Version)Adobe PDF format document

An Straitéis Náisiúnta Taighde agus Sonraí maidir le Saol Leanaí 2011 - 2016 Príomhtuarascáil
Published in November 2011
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National Strategy for Research and Data on Children's Lives 2011 - 2016 - Summary (Irish Version)Adobe PDF format document

An Straitéis Náisiúnta Taighde agus Sonraí maidir le Saol Leanaí 2011 - 2016 Achoimre
Published in November 2011
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Growing Up in Ireland - Child Cohort - Overweight and Obesity Among 9-Year-Olds SummaryAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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Growing Up in Ireland - Child Cohort - Overweight and Obesity Among 9-Year-Olds Main ReportAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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National Strategy for Research and Data on Children's Lives 2011 – 2016 - Full ReportAdobe PDF format document

Full Report
Published in November 2011
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National Strategy for Research and Data on Children's Lives 2011 – 2016 - SummaryAdobe PDF format document

Summary
Published in November 2011
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Key issues for consideration in the development of a data strategy: A review of the literatureAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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Report on Public Consultation Processes for National Strategy for Research and Data on Children's Lives 2011 – 2016Adobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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Cross-national case studies of children's data systemsAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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Summary Document of An Audit of Children and Young People's Participation in Decision-MakingAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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An Audit of Children and Young People's Participation in Decision-MakingAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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Growing Up in Ireland - Infant Cohort - No 4: The Family Circumstances of Five-Year-OldsAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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No 3: Well-being, Play and Diet among Five-Year-OldsAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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No 1: Transition to School Among Five-Year-OldsAdobe PDF format document

Published in November 2011
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Comhairle na nÓg Toolkit

The Comhairle na nÓg Toolkit has been developed by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) to support the work of those who organise and run the 34 Comhairlí na nÓg throughout the country.
Published in October 2011
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