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    • 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 ...
    • Barnardos Annual Report 1st April 1991 - 31st March 1992 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 1992)
      We have now completed the re-organisation of the management of our services so as to increase overall efficiency and to meet the needs of the independent status acquired when we were established as Barnardo's Republic ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 1992 - 93 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 1993)
      Through our work with children, with families and in communities Barnardo's aims to make a real difference in people's lives. That difference is not necessarily dramatic - often it may be a fairly small shift- but one ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 1994 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 1994)
      With a great deal of change taking place, or expected, in several significant aspects of the child care environment it is important for an organisation like Barnardo’s to assess how it needs to adept to meet new challenges. ...
    • 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 ...
    • Barnardos Dun Laoghaire Annual Report 

      Barnardos (1996)
      Barnardo’s work in Dun Laoghaire took root about twelve years ago. A service for families was set up initially by Social Workers from the Eastern Health Board in close association with a Social Worker from Barnardos. Barnardo’s ...
    • Barnardos Blanchardstown Annual Report 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 1996)
      Barnardo’s has been involved in directly providing family support and childcare services and in resourcing community groups in the Blanchardstown area for the past 15 years. Barnardo’s first became involved in the area ...
    • Barnardos Tallaght Annual Report 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 1996)
      The agency has worked in Tallaght for some nineteen years and has grown and developed with the area. Our original involvement was located in the St. Dominic's/Avonbeg area and centred mainly on the needs in that locality, ...
    • 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 ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 2000-2001: Building Children's Futures This Year and Beyond 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2001)
      The needs of children are such that an organisation like Barnardos can never be satisfied that it is doing enough or being as effective as it possibly can. However, without being complacent, it is a pleasure to report on ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 2001-2002: Every Childhood Lasts a Lifetime 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2002)
      The Annual Review describes many of the services we provide throughout Ireland. Barnardos will continue to strive for the highest standards in the delivery of our programmes for vulnerable children and their families. In ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 2002-2003: Every Childhood Lasts a Lifetime 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2003)
      Barnardos is continually striving to contribute to making Ireland a better place to be a child. In 2002 we marked the tenth successive year of new service development throughout the country. But our concern is for all ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 2003-2004 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2004)
      Families are so important to children they’re at the heart of all of Barnardos’ work. While our focus is very firmly on children’s rights and needs we believe in the centrality of the family in their lives. That’s why many ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 04/05 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2005)
      2004 was a landmark year for Barnardos. After considerable exploration and debate we developed an ambitious long term strategy with a strong vision and mission aimed at making Ireland the best place in the world to be a ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 2005: We are Barnardos 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2006)
      In 21st century Ireland we hear about the costs of things that, when I was growing up, didn’t come with a price tag. Time is a commodity as never before; community is a luxury item and conversation is a text message – ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 2006 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2007)
      In Barnardos we have a mantra, and it is that no child gets left behind. We want to break the cycle of poverty by severing the link between disadvantage and poor educational achievement. We want to ensure that every child ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 2007 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2008)
      In 2007 Barnardos conducted a national childhood poll. We wanted to get to the nub of what parents and young people feel are the biggest issues impacting on childhood today. When asked about what factors contribute to a ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 2008 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2009)
      What happens to us in our childhood shapes the person we become. The experiences and lessons of those days and years is what moulds us as adults. Many of us have great memories of childhood. Memories of a time when we had ...
    • Barnardos Annual Review 2009: Surviving Childhood 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2010)
      If Ireland were to be judged by how it treats its children I feel we would be found sadly lacking, on our past performance but also on our present. As a country we have failed our children repeatedly. We have failed to ...