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Month: July 2022
The Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth (DCEDIY) is working continuously to respond to the situation in Ukraine. Migration is not new to Ireland. But there is an increase in migrant refugee children coming from Ukraine, which has created a more urgent need for educators to understand how to enhance certain aspects of
With temperatures set to soar in the coming days, the DCEDIY has issued some helpful advice on how to keep children protected during the heatwave. 1. Make sure they are drinking enough fluids • If you are caring for babies under 6 months, offer them their usual milk feeds (breast milk or formula) more often.
‘Don’t miss this milestone for our children’ – Early Childhood Ireland asks Government to announce an ambitious five-year plan to transform Early Years and School Age Care.
In this policy brief, we look at a recent academic article that argues that we should be comparing early learning ad care systems at a subnational level instead of at a national level. To argue this point, the article details the results of two projects in Argentina.
Social Justice Ireland has launched their Budget Choices 2023 Policy Brief detailing fully costed budgetary packages across more than a dozen policy areas.