Tusla

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It is understood that the CMCC constitution prevents it from offering its services to same sex couples as is required by Tusla following the passing of the marriage equality referendum in 2015.

Staff at a Cork marriage counselling centre have moved to distance themselves from the directors’ decision not to provide counselling to same sex coup(...)

A woman has launched a High Court challenge against the refusal of Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, to consider her as an adoptive parent for a child she had fostered. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A woman has taken a High Court challenge against the refusal of Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, to consider her as an adoptive parent for a child (...)

Statistics show that consistent childhood poverty is most pronounced among single-parent and Traveller families. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

Using the upcoming budget to end child poverty, as Barnardos suggests, may be too big a creative leap for the Government. But it would cost a relative(...)

Fred McBride is to step down as the head of Tusla. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The head of the Child and Family Agency, Tusla, Fred McBride, is to step down next month, it has been announced. The agency’s board told staff on Th(...)

Tusla said the new system had been in development for several years and cost over €10m. Photograph: Alan Betson

Some 450,000 child protection and welfare cases will be accessible to social workers through a new national IT system unveiled by the child and family(...)

Minister for Children Katherine Zappone said she had been engaging with homeless charities to “mitigate against some of the extreme consequences on children whose families are homeless”. Photograph: Eric Luke

There has been a sharp rise in the number of homeless children reported to the State child-protection watchdog Tusla over concerns for their welfare a(...)

A High Court judge has said he does not have jurisdiction to decide whether a mother with a mild intellectual disability should get additional services to help her look after her baby rather than put the child into State care. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A High Court judge has said he does not have jurisdiction to decide whether a mother with a mild intellectual disability should get additional service(...)

The board said it “fully accepts the findings and recommendations” of the Hiqa report, following a meeting on Friday. Photograph: Alan Betson

The board of the State child protection agency Tusla has said it is “acutely aware” of the need to address issues raised in a highly critical report b(...)

Minister for Children Katherine Zappone speaking to media in response to the findings of the Hiqa report into Tusla on Tuesday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/ Collins

The litany of weaknesses and failings identified by the Health Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa) in how the child protection agency Tusla handl(...)

Fred McBride said that although Tusla was up and running for four years, it had spent the first half trying to keep services going and the other half attempting to resolve problems. Photograph:  Tom Honan

State child protection agency Tusla spent two years trying to wrestle control from a “too bureaucratic” Health Service Executive so it can hire its ow(...)

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