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  • An Evaluation of Childcare Training for Travellers: Horizon/Barnardo's Project 

    French, Geraldine; O'Flaherty, Julie (Barnardos, 1995)
    This evaluation attempts to assess the operation and success of the City and Guilds Caring for Children, 0-7 years childcare course which was run by Bamardo's in conjunction with Horizon for a group of Travelling ...
  • ‘Working Together Online’ A Barnardos Evaluation of Online Work with Children & Families 2021 

    Dunne, Claire; McCarthy, Niamh; Synnott, Aoife (Barnardos, 2021)
    In March of 2020, as a worldwide pandemic of Covid-19 swept the globe, Barnardos, like many other frontline service providers, were faced with the complex challenge of continuing to support children and families while ...
  • Executive Summary: Final Evaluation of the Barnardos/One Family Pilot Child Contact Centre 

    Murphy, Candy; Holt, Stephanie (Barnardos and One Family, 2013)
    This report presents the results of the final evaluation of the pilot. Please note that the data analysed in this evaluation covers the period from commencement of the service in October 2011 to April 2013, a total of ...
  • Final Evaluation of the Barnardos/One Family Pilot Child Contact Centre 

    Murphy, Candy; Holt, Stephanie (Barnardos and One Family, 2013)
    The pilot Child Contact Centre service based in Dublin and run by Barnardos and One Family received funding in December 2010 from Department of Children and Youth Affairs, the Health Service Executive (HSE), the Family ...
  • Unaccompanied Minors: An Information Booklet 

    King, Dervla; Barnardos (Barnardos, 2001)
    The number of people applying for asylum in Ireland has been increasing steadily since the start of the 1990s, from 39 applications in 1992 to 10,938 in 2000. It is only over the past 2 years, however, that the number ...
  • Evaluation of Work and Services 1989 - 1999 in Dun Laoghaire and Loughlinstown/Ballybrack 

    Rourke, Stephen (Barnardos, 2000)
    Barnardos is one of the foremost family support and childcare organisations in Ireland. Barnardos provides a range of services to families and to local communities, both through its central resource facility in ...
  • Childcare in Disadvantaged Areas: A Partnership Approach to Viability 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 1998)
    This study examines the commercial viability of providing child care facilities in disadvantaged areas in Ireland. This research project is divided into three stages. The initial stage of the research reports the results of ...
  • An Evaluation of Barnardos Early Years Services 

    The Centre for Social and Educational Research (Barnardos, 2000)
    Barnardos is currently conducting a review of all its work, (i.e. Childcare, Finance, Administration, Governance, Management, Human Resources and Communications) and has commissioned The Centre for Social and Educational ...
  • Barnardos Back to School Costs Analysis 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2009)
    With September looming and the new school year fast approaching, parents are getting their children ready to begin or return to school. This can place parents under a huge financial burden on the household budget. The ...
  • Back to School Costs Analysis 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2010)
    The return to school can bring a sense of excitement and dread for both pupils and parents. The costs associated with getting children ready to begin or return to school can place a huge financial burden on the household ...
  • Every Child Matters: Children Living Without 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2003)
    Barnardos meets children experiencing poverty daily and we know all too well what the human face of poverty looks like. The circumstances and effects of child and family poverty are documented in the case studies which ...
  • Jobstown Youth Action Project: External Evaluation Proposal 

    Drudy, Sheelagh; Martin, Maeve (Barnardos, 1992)
    Paper proposing an evaluation of the Jobstown Youth Action Project.
  • Cyberbullying: in Children’s Own Words 

    Purdue, Clíodhna; McDonald, Therese; Fenlon, Aoife (Barnardos, 2022)
    The Barnardos Online Safety Programme has delivered workshops about online safety to primary aged children and their parents since 2014. In September 2019, Barnardos partnered with Google.org to expand our programme and ...
  • A Study of the Therapeutic Journey of Children who have been Bereaved: Executive Summary 

    Dowling, Mairead; Kiernan, Gemma; Guerin, Suzanne (Barnardos, 2011)
    This report describes the research study entitled A Study of the Therapeutic Journey of Children who have been Bereaved. This study was conducted by a research team based in Dublin City University and University College ...
  • Barnardos Glór na nÓg Key Findings - Children’s Version 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2018)
    Glór na nÓg Report Card
  • School Costs 2017 Summary 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2017)
    In total, 1,834 parents completed Barnardos School Costs Survey 2017. The majority of respondents (1,181) had children attending primary school while the remaining 640 respondents’ children were in secondary schoo
  • Evaluation of The Childhood Domestic Violence & Abuse Project 

    Elliffe, Ruth; Greene, Jo; Keegan, Orla (Barnardos, 2021)
    The Childhood Domestic Violence and Abuse (CDVA) Project aims to assist in increasing the visibility of childhood domestic abuse; supporting a collective and collaborative approach to identifying the needs of children; and ...
  • Evaluation of the Partnership with Parents Programme: Executive Summary 

    Connolly, Nuala; Adams, Keith; Fleming, Pádraic (Barnardos, 2019)
    Partnership with Parents (PwP) is an intensive, home-based, one-to-one parenting support programme for parents with multiple and complex needs, developed by Barnardos Ireland. Following the design and piloting of the ...
  • Evaluation of the TLC Kidz Programme for Children and Mothers Recovering from Domestic Abuse 

    Furlong, Mairead; Lecky, Yvonne; O'Connor, Siobhan; McMahon, Kate (Barnardos, 2018)
    The TLC Kidz programme is a group programme for children and mothers recovering from domestic abuse. It has been delivered on an interagency basis in North Tipperary since 2005 and more recently in South Tipperary, Waterford ...
  • Evaluation of the Partnership with Parents Programme 

    Connolly, Nuala; Adams, Keith; Fleming, Pádraic (2019)
    Partnership with Parents (PwP) is an intensive, home-based, one-to-one parenting support programme for parents with multiple and complex needs, developed by Barnardos Ireland. Following the design and piloting of the ...

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