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# cclrp - Monday 13 July, 2020

'He's devastated that he hasn't seen his child': The stories of children taken into care during Covid-19

The Child Care Law Reporting Project published its latest reports today.

# cclrp - Monday 20 June, 2016

Children found with lice and ringworm in a house with no food

The details of this case were released in the latest Child Care Law Reporting Project.

One out of every 113 people on the planet is displaced or a refugee

It’s World Refugee Day today. This is the first time the threshold of 60 million has been crossed.

# cclrp - Thursday 1 October, 2015

Care order issued 'without question' as hungry children found living in cold, filthy conditions

The case was outlined in the latest volume of the Child Care Law Reporting Project.

'I’m scared for my younger brother, who is getting him dressed and bringing him to school?'

Details of a case of a young girl being taken into care over the abuse she received from her mother has been revealed.

# cclrp - Tuesday 1 September, 2015

Are Ireland's children in care subject to a "geographic lottery"?

That’s what the Child Care Law Reporting Project is asking.

# cclrp - Wednesday 1 April, 2015

Baby 'thrives' in care of father and grandparents after care order refused

Thirty new cases have been published.

Father offered to abuse his own daughter on webcam

The child’s mother stayed in contact with the man.

# cclrp - Saturday 6 April, 2013

Why do children end up in care in Ireland?

A new website looks at cases from Irish courts where children ended up in care. Here are some of the stories.