Tusla launches new 5-year Parenting Support Strategy
Monday 9th May 2022: Tusla – Child and Family Agency has today launched its new 5-year Parenting Support Strategy, which will run until 2027. The Strategy looks to build on the progress that was achieved by the ‘Investing in Families’ parenting strategy that was launched in 2013, and marks a renewed commitment from the Agency to working with parents to enhance services and improve outcomes for all children, young people and families.
Tusla Business Plan 2022 Prioritises Wide-Ranging Change & New Resources
Friday, 19th February 2022: Tusla – Child and Family Agency today published its Business Plan for 2022, the second in the three-year business planning cycle of the Agency’s current Corporate Plan (2021 – 2023), guided by the priorities of Government, the performance statement from Minister O’Gorman, and approved by the Board.
Tusla Publishes Review of Accommodation for Victims of Domestic Violence
Wednesday, 16th February 2022: Today’s publication of Tulsa’s Review of Accommodation for victims of domestic violence marks a significant milestone in the integrated planning for supports and services for victims across the country.
HIQA Overview Report Highlights Significant Progress at Tusla Since 2018
Wednesday 24th November 2021 - The publication of HIQA’s ‘Overview Report - Inspections of Child Protection and Welfare Thematic Programme 2019- 2021’ today marks a significant milestone for Tusla - Child and Family Agency.
Tusla to Provide further Supports to the Domestic, Sexual, and Gender Based Violence Sector
Monday, 22nd November 2021: Tusla – Child and Family Agency today announces further funding will be provided to the Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence sector to support this important work throughout the current period of the pandemic, and into Christmas.
The National Review Panel publishes its 2020 Annual Report
Monday, 15th November, 2021: The National Review Panel (NRP), chaired by Dr Helen Buckley, has today published its Annual Report for 2020.
Government Launches Children First Awareness Week: Everyone has a responsibility to keep children safe
Monday, 1st November 2021: Today marks the launch of the first National Children First Awareness Week, which will run from the 1st to 7th November. The aim of the week is to raise awareness of Children First and remind wider society, including organisations working with children and young people, of our collective responsibility to keep them safe in our communities.
Tusla launches new campaign seeking carers for children seeking international protection in Ireland
Monday, 6th September 2021: Tusla - Child and Family Agency has launched a new awareness and recruitment campaign to find carers for separated children seeking international protection. The ‘Tusla Separated Children Seeking International Protection’ campaign will run from the 6th – 12th September.
Tusla publishes its Annual Report for 2020
Friday, 23rd July 2021: Tusla – Child and Family Agency has today published its Annual Report and Financial Statements for 2020, detailing the service activities and progress made by the Agency in its 7th year of operation.