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16 October 2014 in ,

Blog Action Day 16 October - Children & Inequality in Ireland

Today is Blog Action Day, and this year's theme is Inequality. Thousands of bloggers are taking part in more than 111 countries. We give our reaction to Budget 2015 today as our contribution. More children are living in consistent poverty today in Ireland than were before the recession. According to the latest figures, one in 10 children doesn’t have access to all the basic necessities....

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15 October 2014 in ,

Budget 2015 - Barnardos' Reaction

Barnardos' reaction to the measures in Budget 2015, which was announced on October 14th 2014. Includes video and links to articles....

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14 October 2014 in , ,

Budget 2015 offers a chink of hope for families

Dublin, 14 October 2014 – This Budget provides a chink of hope that the economic recovery will deliver a fair and equitable distribution of wealth in society. There are strong indications the Government is moving in the right direction and we look forward to seeing concerted follow-up action, said Barnardos today, in reaction to Budget 2015....

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09 October 2014 in , , ,

Are you a proud parent of a new baby? Would you like to get involved in a groundbreaking volunteer project?

Are you a proud parent with a new baby Will your baby be 2 – 4 months old in October Would you like to volunteer in a local school as part of a meaningful, enjoyable and groundbreaking project Roots of Empathy is a programme for primary school children which aims to increase empathy - the ability to understand how another person feels. Children learn to care for and respect each other, a...

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07 October 2014 in , ,

Barnardos: Budget 2015 Most Crucial for a Generation

Dublin, 7 October 2014 – Budget 2015 is perhaps the most crucial budget in a generation. In it, we will set out a framework for a post-austerity Ireland, said Barnardos today at the launch of its Children’s Budget 2015. The children’s charity added the decisions in next week’s Budget will shape our future and reveal how we, as a society, view this recovery....

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