December 2011

December 2011

Harsh effect of Budget 2012
Specific Impact of Budget 2012
Free Workshops available to workers working with unmarried parents in the North-East Area (Cavan, Louth, Meath and Dublin)
Attitudes to Family Formation in Ireland
Households and Family Structures in Ireland
Child Protection and Welfare Practice Handbook

Treoir meets Minister for Children

Treoir works to promote the rights and best interests of unmarried parents and their children in Ireland. Treoir met the Minister for Children, Frances Fitzgerald TD, on the 19th of October 2011 to express its concerns about issues affecting unmarried parents. Pictured at the meeting in Leinster House were Margaret Dromey (CEO, Treoir); Frances Fitzgerald (Minister … Read more

Launch of ‘Being there for them’ New Edition

“My son’s relationship has ended and I don’t see my grandchild anymore. What can I do?” “I’m minding my grandchild full-time. Can I get legal rights to my grandchild (guardianship)?” “My son’s girlfriend has just had a baby. What are his legal rights?” These are some of the questions that are answered in Being there for … Read more

October 2011

Treoir Publication – Being there for them
Treoir Strategic Plan
Treoir promoting the rights and best interests of unmarried parents:  Pre-Budget Submission,Advisory Group on Tax and Social Welfare
Treoir Workshops

June 2011

Treoir AGM
Perinatal Statistics Report 2009
Central Statistics Office Yearly Summary 2010
Abortion Statistics
Social Housing

Treoir Cohabitants Campaign

The Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act 2010 introduced new rights and responsibilities for cohabitants, opposite and same sex,  who are living together for 5 years and for 2 years where they have a child. The Family Support Agency has funded Treoir to run an information campaign around the cohabitants part … Read more

March 2011

Treoir’s New Website 
 Treoir’s New Information Leaflets 
Information Pack 2011
Cohabitants – new legal rights and obligations   
Cohabiting Parents  
International Child Abduction – where parents are not married to each other  
Members’ Meeting