Treoir will hold its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, 28 May 2019, from 11:00am to 13:00pm in The Academy Plaza, Findlater Place (just off O’Connell Street Upper), Dublin 1. We will hold Registration along with tea and coffee from 11.00am to 11:30am. The business meeting will take place from 11.30am to 13.00pm, with a light lunch to follow. … Read more Treoir AGM 2019
Spring edition eBulletin 2019 Welcome to our spring edition eBulletin 2019. Here, we highlight our services, supports and any news of particular importance. We also include news of interest from our members. Click the image below to download Thank you for reading Treoir
We wish all our callers, supporters, friends and colleagues a very happy Christmas and prosperous New Year. The offices of Treoir will be closed from Friday 21st December until Wednesday 2nd January.
Treoir offices has moved to 28 North Great Georges Street Dublin 1 We are settling into our new premises, but it’s business as usual so give us a call with your queries! Thank you for your patience
There are currently no vacancies at Treoir.
Treoir held its 2018 AGM on 15 May in Spencer Hotel, Dublin 1. Memebrs attended to discuss and oversee annual business, members and non-members attended for Treoir’s key not address by Niall Crowley. Key note speaker Niall Crowley made an interesting presentation and discussion on values and the pursuit of values-led approaches to social change … Read more Treoir AGM 2018
This legislation has not yet commenced – WATCH THIS SPACE! The Civil Registration (Amendment) Act 2014 will, once the legislation has been commenced, for the first time in Ireland, place a duty on unmarried parents to register the father’s name on the birth certificate of their child. It is a child’s fundamental human right to … Read more Compulsory registration of father’s name on child’s birth cert is now law
Treoir attended the launch on 3rd February 2014 of two informative and useful films for separating parents and their children. The Ombudsman for Children’s Office and the Courts Service have worked together to develop these two short films about key aspects of family law proceedings in the District Court, and possible alternatives to Court, in particular … Read more Separating parents and their children