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  • Stand for Children: The Children's Manifesto 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2011)
    Children have been set low on the list of political priorities in Ireland for far too long. Too often they have been sidelined and voiceless. Those living in communities who are disenfranchised and marginalised are even ...
  • Every Childhood Lasts a Lifetime: Invest in Children: Barnardos' Pre-budget Submission, 2005. 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2005)
    The theme of the 2005 Barnardos Pre-Budget Submission to Government is "Invest in Children". It is a truism to state that children are a country's future but Barnardos would argue that investment in this generation of ...
  • A Study of Parenting Programmes in Ireland: Exploration of Needs and Current Provision 

    Rylands, Jennifer (Barnardos, 1995)
    This study was jointly initiated by the Health Promotion Unit and the Child Care Policy Unit of the Department of Health and the National Children's Resource Centre, Barnardo's, with a representative from each forming ...
  • Barnardos Annual Report 1997 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 1998)
    In Barnardo's, we believe our task is to help children achieve their full potenhal, supporting them wIthIn the context of their famIlies. We work with parents and children together, where possible within their ...
  • A Parents' Guide to Toys 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 1986)
    There are many experiences which a child needs in order to develop to his full potential physically, intellectually, erriotionally and socially. Toys play a useful part in this development but other items are every ...

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