The Irish National Children’s Strategy: Lessons for promoting the social inclusion of children and young people

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The Irish National Children’s Strategy: Lessons for promoting the social inclusion of children and young people

This chapter focuses on the Irish National Children’s Strategy published in 2000. This chapter describes the origins, development and contents of the strategy, noting the links to the wider imperative of social inclusion.

Lessons for promoting the social inclusion of children and young people

Contributors

Author: J. Pinkerton

Publisher: The Policy Press

Date: 2006

Geographic Coverage: Ireland

Type of Resource: Academic

Sector/setting: Justice

Vulnerable groups: Children general

Developed with children and young people? No

Type of participation: Other

Availability: Restricted Access

Keywords: Cultural Change, Government, Ireland, National Children’s Strategy, Participation, Policy Community, Social Inclusion, Economic Growth, Social Partnership, Young People

Introduction

This chapter focuses on the Irish National Children’s Strategy published in 2000. This chapter describes the origins, development and contents of the strategy, noting the links to the wider imperative of social inclusion.