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Task Force on the establishment of the Child and Family Agency

 



Minister Frances Fitzgerald TD established the Task Force on the Child and Family Support Agency (retitled the Child and Family Agency) in September 2011 in response to the Programme for Government commitment to:

“fundamentally reform the delivery of child protection services by removing child welfare and protection from the HSE and creating a dedicated Child Welfare and Protection Agency, reforming the model of service delivery and improving accountability to the Dáil” 

The Task Force Report was published in July 2012.  Read Report of the Task Force on the Child and Family Support Agency


Further information may be accessed on the links below:

Read Minister Fitzgerald’s speech at the publication of the Report of the Task Force on the Child and Family Agency (20th July, 2012)

Read Press Release on the publication of the report of the Task Force on the Child and Family Support Agency (20th July, 2012)

Read Press Release announcing the establishment of the Task Force (23rd September, 2011)

 

Related Documents

Read Minister Fitzgerald speaking in Dáil Éireann in response to Parliamentary Questions regarding the establishment of the Agency (13th February 2013)

Read Minister Fitzgerald’s remarks at the COFACE conference on vulnerable Families (4th February 2013)

Read Review of the National Educational Welfare Board in the context of the establishment of the Child and Family Support Agency (November 2012)

 

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