Consultations

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Consultations

These reports detail some of the consultations run by Hub na nÓg and other organisations.

  • Sector

  • Year

  • Topic

  • Sector

  • Year

  • Topic

national sexual strategy

National Sexual Health Strategy (with the Department of Health)

This National Sexual Health Strategy is Ireland’s first national framework for sexual health and wellbeing.

Child Law Clinic at the School of Law
April 2019
our heritage your say report

Our Heritage, Your Say: Report on the Consultation with Young People on the Future of Heritage in Ireland

As the Heritage Council formulated its strategic plan for the period 2018-2022, consideration was given to key questions

L. Forde, D. Kelleher, U. Kilkelly
April 2019
natuonal strategy feature image

National Strategy on Children and Young People’s Participation in Decision-Making

Children and young people have a right to participate in decisions that affect their lives.

Department of Children and Youth Affairs
March 2019
transition from primary to post-primary

A Study of the Experience of Pupils with Special Education Needs at Post Primary School

This research report on the experiences of young students with special educational needs (SEN), and their parents, of the move from primary to
post primary school.

Y. Barnes-Holmes, G. Scanlon et al
July 2016
consultation with young people on skin cancer

Consultations with Young People on Skin Cancer Prevention Behaviours

Just under 13,000 cases of skin cancer are diagnosed annually in Ireland. This is twice the number compared to 10 years ago and is projected to more than double again by 2045

Deirdre Fullerton , Sheena Mc Grellis
March 2019
report on consultations with young people

Report on Consultations with Young People Engaged in Garda Youth Diversion Projects

This report details the findings of consultations with young people on Garda Youth Diversion Projects (GYDPs). The key objectives of the consultations were to explore young people’s views and opinions on how

DCYA
November 2018