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# child-care-law-reporting-project - 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.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Monday 8 July, 2019

Court decides child in foster care can go to Church of Ireland school against wishes of Catholic parents

The child’s parents did not consent to her attendance at the school.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Monday 11 March, 2019

Childcare court case worries: Families 'cheek-by-jowl' with prisoners, and a huge volume of cases

In one court on one day, with just one judge, there were 139 cases listed, consisting of crime, general civil law, and child care.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Monday 21 January, 2019

Judge told child in rural Irish town may have been trafficked

In another case the court heard a pre-school age child may have been sexually abused while in foster care.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Monday 17 September, 2018

Nine-year-old boy in care moved five different times in 13 days

“His experience in care is augmenting his experience of harm that brought him into care,” the judge said.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - 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.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - 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.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Tuesday 28 October, 2014

Most parents in child care court cases are not married and raising children alone

That’s according to a report launched by the Child Care Law Reporting Project.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Monday 6 October, 2014

Parents agree to allow disabled children stay in care

The judge said that the parents had the capacity to love their boys, but not the capacity to bring them up.

Five children taken into care after abuse allegations

The judge said that the children “lived in a bad place with bad people”.

Court rules home extension be built so 'inseparable' siblings in care could stay together

The case is outlined in the lastest volume of the Child Care Law Reporting Project.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Wednesday 11 June, 2014

Care Order sought after father offered to abuse his own child over live webcam

Here are some of the reports featured in the latest Child Care Law Reporting Project which was published today.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Monday 16 December, 2013

Gardaí had previous child protection concerns over family of Roma girl placed in care

The lead garda said however that he himself did not speak to the woman who initially raised concerns about the girl.

Child care applications up 15 per cent in 2012, wide variations between towns

The figures are contained in the latest volume of the Child Care Law Reporting Project, which also details several high-profile cases.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Tuesday 5 November, 2013

African children are 20 times more likely to be taken into care - report

The Child Care Law Reporting Project described the figures as “striking” and questioned the effect of the direct provision system on child welfare.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Wednesday 23 October, 2013

Column: Why and how are children taken into State care?

When the State intervenes in family situations, it does so in our name. We should be aware of child care proceedings so we can all participate in an informed discussion rather than reacting to the latest headline, writes Carol Coulter.

# child-care-law-reporting-project - Monday 10 June, 2013

Child care court reports show drug abuse, violence and mental illness

The reports are published on the Child Law Project website, which was launched earlier this year.