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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 ...
    • Children's Budget 2013 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2012)
      There is little doubt that the recession has taken its toll on families across Ireland in recent years. All families, with few exceptions, have struggled with the impact of increasingly stretched incomes. However, there ...
    • Children's Budget 2018: Key Recommendations 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2017)
      Children from disadvantaged backgrounds are 5 times more likely to perform poorly in science, reading and maths compared to their advantaged peers.
    • 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 2014 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2013)
      Children are growing up feeling hopeless and helpless. The impact of consecutive austerity budgets has put substantial pressure on their families. Parents are coping with overwhelming stress and anxiety and Barnardos is ...
    • Children’s Budget 2015 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2014)
      As 2014 progresses there is increasing commentary highlighting Ireland’s return to economic growth with better than expected exchequer returns, reducing unemployment and increasing consumer confidence. But such commentary ...
    • Every Childhood Lasts a Lifetime: Invest in Children: Barnardos' Pre-budget Submission, 2005. 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2004)
      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 ...
    • Pre-Budget Submission to the Department of Social Protection 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2015)
      Irish political and public discourse has firmly shifted from recession to recovery. This rhetoric is supported by Exchequer accounts, with the Government announcing it expects a substantial surplus in this year’s budget.1 ...