What is the Ombudsman for Children's Office?
- We are a human rights institution and work to protect the rights of children and young people in Ireland.
- We investigate complaints about services provided to children by public organisations.
- We want children and young people to be actively heard and respected so they experience safe, fulfilling and happy everyday lives.
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Learn about the rights of children and young people. Plus lots of resources for those who work with children.
12 Sep 2018
Submission on the Draft Policing Priorities for 2019
We welcome the draft Policing Priorities for 2019, including the focus on organisation development, data quality, cybercrime, human trafficking, sexual offences, domestic violence, vulnerable victims,…
19 Nov 2018
Child Talks; a series of inspiring stories from young people celebrating World Children’s Day
Follow online at #ChildTalks2018 and #WorldChildrensDay To celebrate Work Children’s Day 2018, the Ombudsman for Children’s Office, in partnership with 15 organisations who work…
30 Oct 2018
‘One House’ pilot project to see agencies sharing information in the best interests of children – Ombudsman for Children
The Ombudsman for Children, Dr Niall Muldoon has welcomed the announcement today (Tuesday 30th) of the ‘One House’ pilot project by the Minister for Children…