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"Concerns have been raised about how children in the Irish care system are coping during the coronavirus pandemic," says this article from the Irish Examiner.
This book examines how child protection law has been shaped by the transition to late modernity and how it copes with the ever-changing concept of risk.
crisis, including visits by most family members," says this article from the Irish Times.
"The coronavirus crisis is compounding the challenges for vulnerable and at-risk young people in special care, their families and care staff dealing with them, the High Court has heard," says this article from the Irish Times.
This paper from the Children and Youth Services Review reflects on the collective participation of young people in care in a rights-based initiative intended to facilitate input into service and policy development in Ireland.
The purpose of this study was to examine the lived experiences of posttraumatic growth (PTG) in adult survivors of institutional childhood abuse in Ireland.
This article from the Irish Times features interviews with several care leavers, ahead of the fifth annual Care Day on 21 February 2020, an international celebration of children and young people with care experience celebrated in Ireland, the UK, Spain, Finland, Croatia, Australia and New Zealand.
This Podcast series explores the experiences of people who grew up in the care system from all over the world. It is presented by a care-leaver Thomas Mongan and an Advocate Peter Lane.
This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the Fostering Connections program, a newly developed trauma-informed care program within the national child welfare agency in Ireland.
In this article, the authors explore how relationships in the workplace may be an important source of support for some care experienced young people.