Information Pack for unmarried parents for unmarried parents has recently been updated with new legislation and with the most recent budget changes. This Pack contains information on legal issues relevant to all unmarried parents, i.e. living together or apart, both opposite and same sex. The legal issues include, information on: guardianship, access, maintenance, establishing paternity, … Read moreNewly updated Information Pack!
Supporting Financially Vulnerable Families SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS Reinstate the supports for one-parent families in order to address the current high rates of child poverty. At a minimum, social welfare payments and the associated secondary payments should not be cut or reduced. Extend FIS to lone parents in receipt of Jobseekers Transitional Payment subject to certain … Read moreTREOIR’s Pre-Budget Submission 2017
The bill has been signed into law – 29.07.2016 As a result of this legislation fathers will be entitled two weeks of paternity leave and two weeks of paternity benefit, for babies born on or after 1 September 2016. New fathers may start the combined package of paternity leave and paternity benefit at any time … Read morePaternity Leave and Benefit Bill 2016
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr. Greg Straton as the new CEO of Treoir. Greg joins us from the Asylum Services Initiative SPIRASI with a proven track record in advancing human rights and social justice. Greg brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the post and is very well equipped to … Read moreTreoir welcomes a new CEO
Treoir hosted what was a bittersweet celebration last week when we said goodbye to the woman whose name has been synonymous with that of Treoir for so many years. To mark the occasion, friends, colleagues and her family joined Margaret for this celebration of her wonderful career. Ruth Barrington, the Chairwoman of Treoir, in paying … Read moreRetirement of Margaret Dromey, CEO of Treoir
Following the commencement of the Children and Family Relationships Act 2015, Treoir’s information leaflets have been updated. The following leaflets are now available: Custody Access, Guardianship, Maintenance, Establishing Paternity, Cohabiting Parents, Unmarried Fathers, Passports, Child Abduction and Step-parent Adoption. All publications may be ordered from Treoir or downloaded from the ‘Publications‘ section of this website. … Read moreTREOIR Information Leaflets
Treoir conducted an information campaign in 2013 to provide information for expectant unmarried parents. The campaign highlighted key information on issues including birth registration, cohabitation, shared parenting and establishing paternity. To promote the campaign, we developed 10 Top Tips for unmarried and about-to-be parents and produced a specially branded “Baby on Board” badge (…and we … Read moreA new supply of ‘Baby on Board’ badges has arrived!
Some sections of The Children and Family Relationships Act 2015 were commenced on 18th January 2016. This new legislation will directly affect many of our users. The following are some of the changes: The following are some of the changes: An unmarried father who is cohabiting with the mother of his child for at least … Read moreNew Legislation Commenced
Check out Treoir’s latest article regarding two important pieces of family legislation which has been published in the “Maternity and Infant” December 2015 issue. Neither of these pieces has yet been commenced.
How much do fathers matter when they are not living with the mothers of their children? See Padraig O’Morain’s article in Irish Times Health supplement (10.11.2015) which reports on the findings of Treoir’s ‘Watch them Grow’ publication. Read article here