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Treoir regular Bulletin has brief information on items of interest to those working with unmarried families. This includes recent legislation changes in social welfare, up-coming conferences/workshops, new books, websites etc.

 

E-Bulletin | October

October 2009

1. Pre Budget Submission 2009
2. TREOIR Publications
3. Members’ Corner: Members’ Workshop on November 10th
4. Consultation Paper on Legal Aspects of Family Relationships
5. Registration of Joint Guardianship Agreements
6. Growing Up in Ireland
7. Committee to recommend Children’s Referendum
8. Enforcement of Court Orders (Amendment) Bill 2009 – The McCann Case
9. Unmarried father fails to prevent mother and children moving to Britain
10. Age of Consent
11. Adoption Order overturned
12. Property Slump a woe for separating couples
13. Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990
14. Housing
15. Child Abduction
16. Parenting Courses for Dads
17. Sticky Fingers Travel .Download E-Bulletin as PDF

 

E-Bulletin | June

June 2009

Treoir Annual General Meeting A very successful Annual General Meeting of Treoir was held in our offices on Thursday 4th June. Leonie Lunny, former CEO of Citizens Information Board, was elected to the Chair of Treoir and the two new ordinary members elected are Thomas Quigley, Bessborough Centre, Cork (Accommodation and support services), and Siobhan Roddy, Teen Parent Support Programme, Doras Bui, Dublin. We look forward to working with the new team and to Leonie’s stewardship over the next three years.Download this E-Bulletin (pdf)

 

E-Bulletin | April

March 2009

Members Meeting on the Adoption Bill Dolores Moran of the Department of Health gave a briefing on the Adoption Bill 2009 for members of Treoir in March. The Bill provides for the updating of the provisions of the Adoption Acts l952-l998 and for the repeal of those Acts. It also gives force of law to the Hague Convention and makes provision for the making and recognition of intercountry adoptions in accordance with bilateral agreements. Download this E-Bulletin (pdf)

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