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Poorer young people suffer more ‘in almost every walk of life’

04 Nov 2016

Major ESRI study shows disparity on education, health, weight, and behaviour

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Whistleblower in ‘Grace’ case claims HSE lied to discredit her

03 Nov 2016

Social worker alleges young woman sexually abused at foster home for over 20 years

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Irish Association of Social Workers and Irish Refugee Council ask for leadership from Irish Government in providing refuge to children

02 Nov 2016

On the eve of the Dáil motion to discuss the fate of hundreds of child refugees stranded in Calais, the Irish Association of Social Workers (IASW) Social Work and Migration Special Interest Group and the Irish Refugee Council (IRC) call on the Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality to honour the Government’s commitment to relocate refugees stranded in camps throughout Europe, especially unaccompanied children, without delay.

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Calais Jungle clearance declared a success despite concerns over fate of many minors

27 Oct 2016

French government officials have declared the operation to clear the Calais 'Jungle' a success despite charities on the ground reporting that hundreds of child refugees had been left unregistered and with nowhere to go.

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IASW in the News Greater role urged for social workers in women’s jails

25 Oct 2016

The Irish Association of Social Workers has backed a call for its members to play a greater role in working with jailed women in a bid to reduce reoffending levels.

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Big Win for Social Work Research!!!

14 Oct 2016

Huge congratulations to Kenneth Burns and Caroline Shore, UCC who were members of the winning Research Team of the Year at UCC's University Staff Awards Ceremony. The team secured the Award in the face of stiff competition from across the University. Well done!

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