Tanya Ward on TV3 Ireland AM talks about Report Card 2014
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Saoirse Brady, Children's Rights Alliance Research and Projects Manager discusses issues highlighted in the Report Card 2014 such as child poverty, migrant children living for many years in direct provision and the need for asylum claims to be dealt with faster and under a single legal procedure.
Launch of Report Card 2014. Report Card 2014 evaluates the Government on its progress during 2013 in meeting its commitments to children, as set out in the 2011 Programme for Government. This year it is awarded an overall 'C' grade, reflecting a satisfactory attempt to date, though children remain wanting. While the overall grade remains the same as Report Card 2013 there have been significant changes to individual grade sections with some grades rising in places and falling in others.
RTE Radio 1 Drivtime cover the alunch of the Children's Rights Alliance Report Card 2014.
Tanya Ward on TV3 Ireland AM talks about an ISPCC survey on corporal punishment. Over 50% of Irish parents would support a ban on slapping and over 70% feel it is an ineffective form of discipline.
RTE1 News at One launch of survey on attitudes to child discipline
Tanya Ward, Chief Executive of the Children's Rights Alliance, highlights concerns around staffing and funding of the new Child and Family agency.
Some of the young people who took part in the making of our film on the UNCRC talk on the Late Debate programme about the issues that are important to them and the pressures they face.
Sean O'Rourke interviews Alliance Chief Executive Tanya Ward in the wake of the removal of two children from their Roma parents.
On the announcement of Budget 2014, Alliance Chief Executive, Tanya Ward voices concern about the potential removal of medical cards from children with high level health needs.