Life skills matter – not just points is an important milestone in children and young people having a voice on issues that affect their lives.
There has been an increasing focus on developing policy in the area of after-school care in Ireland in the past two years.
The Voice of the Infant Best Practice Guidelines and Infant Pledge have been coproduced by a short-life working group.
EPIC invited the participation of children and young people with disabilities who are, or have been in care, with whom they work. The study was structured to ensure appropriate levels of support and accountability, and to allow the meaningful participation of the children and young people.
The topic was identified by two youth workers, based on interactions with young people facing the transition from second-level education.
Ballydowd is a special care unit that provides stability in a secured therapeutic environment for young people between the ages of 12 and 17.
How the vet ensured that the child was given Space, Voice, Audience and Influence
Young people’s involvement in the development of a Halloween Programme in Lava Javas Youth Café, Limerick City.
A parent’s story about the impact on children of having their voices heard
Students, staff, parents, management and other members of the school community felt that the uniform no longer represented Salerno as it had become unprofessional, unkempt and tatty looking. In particular, students did not have a sense of pride in their uniform.