Limerick CYPSC is pleased to announce the publication of its December 2016 newsletter.
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Galway CYPSC recently supported the development of a new set of guidelines for the protection and safety of young people at youth discos, party nights and events.
A national CYPSC Co-ordinator induction was held recently welcoming twelve new CYPSC Co-ordinator appointees.
Clare CYPSC launched its Facebook community consultation survey recently as part of an interactive road show to ask what matters to young people.
Roscommon CYPSC recently supported a Youth Work Fair which was the first event of its kind in the county. The Fair entitled “Creativity in Youth Work Fair” focused on creative approaches to youth work and the potential of entrepreneurship and creativity for young people in the County.
A new Homework Club for children living in the Ballybane area of Galway City was officially launched by Mayor of Galway City, Councillor Noel Larkin.
The Department of Children and Youth Affairs has issued a call for funding applications to support local CYPSC work.
CYPSC welcome the appointment of Padraig McCabe as the Irish Primary Principals Network's co-ordinator for CYPSC.
The Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) has issued the second edition of their Better Outcomes Brighter Futures newsletter.
The website www.loveparenting.ie won two awards at the recent Littlewoods Ireland Blog Awards on Thursday the 6th of October.
Wexford CYPSC launched its new website on Thursday 14th October. The website contains information on services and supports available for children, young people and families in County Wexford.
The Donegal Parent Hub Committee hosted a Family Support Information Day attended by over 100 professionals and volunteers working in County Donegal.
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and the Children’s Research Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland are co-hosting a one-day seminar on the 6th October 2016 for those interested in using research evidence to inform their work.
Seventy-five representatives from a range of agencies working with children and young people in County Tipperary attended a Consultation Workshop in Thurles this Summer.