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    • 2017 Pre Budget Submission 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2016)
      Budget 2017 presents an opportunity which must not be wasted. Not only will this be the first budget of a new government undertaking a collaborative approach to governing as a minority, but it also cements the return to ...
    • 2018 at a Glance 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2021)
      Our mission is to help transform children's lives. Our Vision: every child is able to reach their full potential.
    • The Adoption Advice Service - Dublin: The First Ten Years 1977 - 1987 

      Lefroy, Laetitia (Barnardos, 1987)
      Barnardo's is an independent child care charity. It aims to provide and develop in consultation with statutory and other agencies, and in partnership with parents, selected services for children and young people in need ...
    • The Adoption Advice Service - Dublin: The First Three Years May 1977 - May 1980 

      Lefroy, Laetitia (Barnardos, 1980)
      The Adoption Advice Service, Dublin, started on 3lst May, 1977. The previous week we held a meeting for adoption societies and workers from other agencies involved with single parents and adoption. Carole Smith spoke of ...
    • Adoption Bill 2009 Barnardos Submission to the Joint Oireachtas Committee for Health and Children 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2009-12)
      Barnardos welcomes the introduction of the Adoption Bill 2009, published in January 2009 by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs. The Bill represents the consolidation of legislation on adoption and the placing of ...
    • Advocacy Paper on Separated Children 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2011)
      Historically, there has been a lack of child centred approach in dealing with separated children in Ireland, with too much emphasis placed on the immigration status of the child rather than the interests of the child. This ...
    • After School + A Practice Guide for Providers 

      Holt, Stephanie; Pugh, Esther (Barnardos, 2004)
      Growing numbers of Irish children are spending their after school time in the care of people other than their parents. There are many different ways children and young people are cared for after school finishes in Ireland, ...
    • Aftercare for Separated Children 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2010)
      Aftercare is a range of services provided to a young person when they leave the care of the State aged 18. These services should support young people while they make the transition from living in care to adulthood, with ...
    • Analysis of Budget 2013 from a Children and Families Perspective 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2012)
      Barnardos is deeply concerned about the impact the measures outlined in Budget 2013 will have on children and families across Ireland, particularly those struggling on low incomes. This Budget belies the Government’s ...
    • Analysis of Budget 2014 from a Children and Families Perspective 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2013)
      Barnardos welcomes some key measures announced in Budget 2014 particularly those that will ease the financial burden on many hard pressed families. The introduction of practical measures such as free GP care to the under ...
    • Analysis of Budget 2015 from a Children and Families Perspective 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2014)
      Barnardos is pleased that some announcements made in Budget 2015 show the Government is keen to offer some relief to low income families. Measures such as a €5 increase in child benefit for all families will help alleviate ...
    • Analysis of Budget 2016 from a Child Perspective 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2015)
      Barnardos welcomes the investment in children in Budget 2016 as an important first step in tackling child poverty and inequality. It will, however, take a sustained plan to properly resource the services which most impact ...
    • Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2022)
      2021 was a year of continued uncertainty for everyone in Ireland, with the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, the new variants that emerged and associated restrictions. For the vulnerable children and families with whom Barnardos ...
    • Annual Report: 1994-1995 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 1995)
      Barnardos is determined to to play and active and effective part in the development of services for children in Ireland. In terms of our own services we seek to learn from our experience in order to meet our aspiration to ...
    • Annual Report: 1st April 1989 - 31st March 1990 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 1990)
      During the past year, our first year as an independent organisation, we gave special attention to the restructuring of our senior management and our fund-raising arrangements so as to ensure the continuing high performance ...
    • Annual Report: 1st April 1990 - 31st March 1991 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 1991)
      I am very happy to introduce the second Annual Report of the Council of Barnardo’s, Republic of Ireland in regard to the work of our organisation during the year ended 31 March 1991. To begin with I would like to say ...
    • Antonyms 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, No date)
      Word matching exercise.
    • Arts Experiences for Young Children 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2019)
      When the arts are mentioned, some people might initially be put off, thinking of what they see as highbrow activities such as opera or ballet that are created and enjoyed by only a select few. But the arts are any expression ...
    • Assuring Quality: Manual for Assessment of Community Employment Projects Providing Early Childhood Services 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, No date)
      This manual forms part of a Quality Assurance Programme commissioned by FAS to be delivered by Barnardos. Stage 1. Quality Assurance - Standards, Stage 2. Assessment - Monitoring and Stage 3. Implementation - Response.
    • Back to School 2020: Infographic 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2020)
      About the Back to School Survey 2020.