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The Ombudsman for Children’s Office (OCO) received 24 – or two per cent of its total complaints – from Mayo in 2020, its Annual Report has revealed.
The treatment of the Travelling community in Galway is “shocking” and is one of the “great shames” of the city.
The Ombudsman for Children wants to know how students from Galway feel about going back to school and what school means to them. A year after schools closed for the first time, and with the phased reopening of schools under way, the #MoreThanSchool campaign is a chance for students to have their say.
I want to especially say hello and Godspeed to people who, like myself, have come out of lockdown and who are experiencing the bit of freedom, small as it is, which we have now got.
The Government must restore Tusla funding for family resource centres to pre-2011 levels as such centres “offering some of the most powerful tools we have in overcoming childhood poverty and deprivation”.
Children are not being protected by Government housing policy with various reports showing thousands of families forced to sleep in cars, in friends’ sitting rooms, or in cramped B&B rooms.
On Wednesday the Ombudsman for Children, Dr Niall Muldoon, published his annual report for 2015, outlining the impact the office has had in dealing with 1,639 complaints made by, or on behalf of, children across every sector.