The Children’s Rights Alliance unites over 100 members working together to make Ireland one of the best places in the world to be a child. We change the lives of all children in Ireland by making sure that their rights are respected and protected in our laws, policies and services.

The Children's Rights Alliance launched A Guide to Children’s EU Rights in Ireland. This short volume explains to children and those who work with children what EU rights they have and how they would go about vindicating those rights

Parliamentary Debate on Children's Rights

(8 Jul 2014) Charlie McConalogue (Donegal North East, Fianna Fail) To ask the Minister for Education and Skills if he will be accepting and implementing the recent recommendations of the National Council for Special Education for a new model of allocating teaching resources ...

Read our Oireachtas Monitor, a weekly synopsis of Dáil and Seanad debate on children's rights and policies impacting on children.

Twitter

22 Aug 2014 My week on twitter: 5 Mentions, 4.62K Mention Reach, 1 Replies, 19 Retweets, 29.6K Retweet Reach. via http://t.co/vJ8nhzHTUu
22 Aug 2014 We are building a National Movement for Children&have 2 new types of membership indivudal&associate for more info see http://t.co/pyUoDoDi44
22 Aug 2014 #FF our members @InclusionIre @Barnardos_IRL and @FocusIreland who do great work for children in Ireland!