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Communicating Health – Video Presentations Now Available

21 Apr 2016

Dear Colleagues, We have made a video which captures the highlights of the event. We are also providing videos of the complete presentations from speakers on the day, for those of you who missed it or for anyone who would like a refresher on what was discussed. We hope that you and your colleagues draw inspiration and knowledge from these videos.

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Relate provides an overview of the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act 2015

18 Apr 2016

Please find attached the April 2016 issue of Relate, the journal of developments in social services, policy and legislation in Ireland.

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A social worker's perspective: We need to rethink the way we help vulnerable children

18 Apr 2016

Behind most of the damage done to children are stories of poverty and inequality, writes Donal O’Malley.

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Press Release - IASW in response to the numerous revelations showing how vulnerable children have been failed by the State

14 Apr 2016

In response to the numerous revelations showing how vulnerable children have been failed by the State, the Irish Association of Social Workers (IASW), the professional body for social workers in the Republic of Ireland, joins with children's charities in calling for all of these cases to be investigated, but also for the recommendations of previous enquiries and reports to be fully implemented immediately so that we can offer children and families more than a crisis led service.

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IASW in the News and on RTE's Prime Time 12April2016

13 Apr 2016

More social work resources needed in child protection. Almost 1,000 high priority cases not yet assigned social workers at end of 2015, figures show

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Would you like to volunteer with CARI

13 Apr 2016

CARI are delighted to set up a new service of Child and Family Accompaniment to Rotunda’s Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU)

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