Tusla sets out pathway to better outcomes for children in first Corporate Plan
23rd February 2015 - Tusla – Child and Family Agency has set out the pathway to achieving better outcomes for children in the long term in its first Corporate Plan. The plan covers the period 2015-2017 and outlines the agency’s vision and mission as well as the key strategic objectives it needs to realise over the plan’s lifetime.
Children in care develop storybook and guides to help others entering care
18th December 2014 - A new resource, designed to help children and young people going into care, was launched today by Dr James Reilly, the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs
High Court decision to reinstate prosecution against Giraffe Childcare
17th December 2014 - Tusla – Child and Family Agency welcomes the decision of the High Court to reinstate the prosecution against Giraffe Childcare.
Statement on Decision in Giraffe Childcare Prosecution
20th November 2014 - Statement from Gordon Jeyes, Chief Executive of Tusla - Child and Family Agency on decision in Giraffe Childcare Prosecution.
Tusla asks Dubliners from all walks of life to consider fostering
11th November 2014 - Minister for State for New Communities, Culture & Equality, Aodhán Ó Ríordáin, T.D. launches foster carer recruitment campaign in Ballymun
Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence (DSGBV) - Tusla Learning Event
24th October 2014 - Tusla – Child and Family Agency are bringing together key stakeholders in the Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence (DSGBV) sector at a learning event to consider the results of the first ever mapping exercise of DSGBV services nationally. Speaking at the event is White House Advisor on Violence Against Women, Lynn Rosenthal.
Statement from Gordon Jeyes, Chief Executive,Tusla - Child and Family Agency
17th October 2014 - Statement in relation to the tragic death of Hassan Khan.
Research on pre-schools inspections published by Tusla – Child and Family Agency
16th October 2014 - Research on pre-schools inspections published by , Tusla – Child and Family Agency, shows that the level of compliance with pre-school regulations is high, with most providers in compliance with most regulations. Nonetheless, there are areas where service providers can make improvements. A complementary report on the process of inspections found that Tusla inspections are comprehensive, wide-ranging and forensic.
Publication of National Review Panel Reports
16th July 2014 - The Child and Family Agency has published reports from the National Review Panel on the deaths of four* young people. The National Review Panel is an independent body, under the chairmanship of Dr. Helen Buckley, which reviews cases where children in care, in aftercare or known to child protection services die or experience serious incidents.