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  • Children's Budget 2018: Key Recommendations 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2018)
    Children from disadvantaged backgrounds are 5 times more likely to perform poorly in science, reading and maths compared to their advantaged peers.
  • Key Changes in Budget 2021 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2020-10-14)
    The focus of Budget 2021 is investment in the resilience of the Irish people and the economy; children have demonstrated incredible resilience in this pandemic and continue to do so. Investment in children has never been ...
  • Children's Perspective of Budget 2019 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2018-10-10)
    Budget 2019 demonstrates some effort to tackle child poverty through much needed social welfare changes; but the Government failed to deliver the ambition and vision required to meet its own target of lifting 100,000 ...
  • Children's Budget 2021 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2020-09)
    This new Government has taken office at what is undoubtedly one of the most challenging periods in recent history. For children, this is a critical time with much uncertainty; but with the right budgetary allocation it ...
  • Children's Budget 2020 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2019-07)
    Barnardos mission is to help transform children’s lives through our services; support parents; and challenge society where it fails our children. Barnardos works with vulnerable children who have experienced an adverse ...
  • Children's Budget 2019 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2018-06)
    When a child is lost, the world takes notice. Search parties are formed. Front-page stories are printed. Airports are closed. We are captivated by the terror. And we will all work hard to find that child because we know ...
  • Barnardos Chidren's Budget 2018 (pre budget submission) 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, ND)
    While the economic recovery is clearly evidenced in some sections of society, there are many others who are still struggling to catch up due to the combination of inadequate public services and persistent cycles of poverty ...