Press Release: Treoir Calls on All Parties to Support Bill for Cohabiting Partners October 19 IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cohabitating couples must be legislatively entitled to the same rights as their married counterparts, Ireland’s National Federation of Unmarried Parents, Treoir has said. Treoir is calling for cross-party support behind a newly launched Bill that would guarantee these rights and ensure that no one … Read more
PRESS RELEASE: Budget 2022 Fails to adequately Tackle Poverty 15 October 2021 IMMEDIATE RELEASE Budget 2022 does not adequately address the increased cost of living facing unmarried parents, Treoir, the National Federation for Unmarried Parents and their Children, has stated. “While we welcome the increased investment in childcare, overall, the budget was not strategic enough … Read more
06 October 2021 IMMEDIATE RELEASE Supporting lone parents in Budget 2022 is critical to reducing poverty according to Treoir, the National Federation for Unmarried Parents and their Children. Speaking at the launch of its pre-budget submission Treoir CEO Damien Peelo said, “When it comes to housing, social welfare, life chances, access to the labour market and overall standard of living lone parents are consistently at the lower rung of almost all socio-economic indicators.” “Inequalities have … Read more
PRESS RELEASE: Right to housing crucial to support family life 15 September 2021 IMMEDIATE RELEASE Enshrining the right to housing in the constitution is the most robust and effective way to address the housing needs of Ireland’s most vulnerable groups including lone parents, people with disabilities, the Travelling community and migrants, the national federation for unmarried parents and their children has said. In … Read more
Changes to the eligibility criteria for civil legal aid The Department of Justice and the Legal aid Board have announced that the Housing Assistance Payment and other housing support measures – Rental Accommodation Scheme, Rent Supplement, Mortgage Interest Supplement and Rent Allowance – will now be excluded from the calculation of entitlement to legal aid. … Read more
The National One Parent Family Alliance has made a submission to the Department of Social Protection on the various inequalities around Paternity Leave and Maternity benefit for one parent families. Read the submission below. NOPFA submission to JOC children_parents leave_final (1)
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The Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth will shortly be re-launching the Supporting Children campaign in light of intensified Covid-19 restrictions. Supporting Children is a campaign developed by DCEDIY to support vulnerable children, young people and their families in challenging times. It was first launched on 19 June 2020, highlighting the range of … Read more
District Court – Family Law matters – Statement of the President of the District Court Friday 08th January FAMILY LAW Statement from His Honour Colin Daly, President of the District Court Family Law Matters. Court Information and Supports Available 8th January, 2021. As we return to enhanced Level 5 Restrictions some parents whose children are … Read more