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# Child and Family Agency

This year
Department officials set to discuss age assessment process for unaccompanied minors, PAC hears
Tusla struggling to recruit social workers amid large increase in child welfare referrals, CEO says
All time
'Two babies from one family, gone': Tusla unable to locate records despite 'extensive' search
Unaccompanied children as young as 12 arriving into Ireland from Ukraine
Challenge brought over CFA decision not to uphold child's claims she was sexually abused by man
Judge gives go-ahead for Covid-19 vaccination of boy (15) against wishes of mother
Tusla suffers 23 'high risk' data breaches - including stolen files and loss of devices - since last year
Tusla 'accidentally disclosed' contact and location information of mother and child victim to alleged abuser
Parents left in limbo after Tusla closes unregistered aftercare facility in south Dublin
Woman avoids being sent back to jail for identifying her son in childcare proceedings on social media
Court decides child in foster care can go to Church of Ireland school against wishes of Catholic parents
More than 6,000 physical abuse referrals to child and family agency last year
Taoiseach will act upon report which lists catalogue of failures into HSE and Tusla handling of foster home abuse case
New website launched to help explain to children in care why Tusla is in their lives
Tusla sets up helpline in wake of reports of 71 alleged abusers in Scouting Ireland review
The CEO of Tusla, Fred McBride, is resigning
Social workers have to develop skills to deal with allegations of historical abuse 'on the hoof'
Tusla will underspend its 2017 budget by €11.4m - here's why
High Court rules that teenager's HIV need not be disclosed to young woman
Parents whose son missed 243 days of school in 3 years fail to turn up to court
Family living without running water sue Donegal County Council after it deferred housing support
'Extremely vulnerable' teenager in State care needs to be transferred to UK, court hears
'Out of control' teen admitted to hospital as Tusla had nowhere else to place him
Former Tusla boss was paid €40k after leaving post last year
'You cannot trust these people' - Woman who had disclosure of abuse lost by Tusla slams report on its failings
Poll: Would you consider home schooling your children?
'You have come a long way': Court hears how mother turned life around to regain access to child
Family Support Agency board member overclaimed €40k in expenses
Child remains in care after parents refuse to answer phone or turn up to court hearing
16-year-old whose 'life is in danger' over suspected drug debt to be placed in secure care
'I don't want waiting lists': Judge rules 'with a heavy heart' for kids to remain in foster care
Over 120 children under the age of one were in state care last Christmas
'It's not the State's problem, it's the family's': Care system to adopt tough love approach
'Some flee immediately': Migrants pretending to be children to get into Ireland
Pregnant teen jailed for kicking student in the head loses appeal against sentence
Girl, 16, placed in secure care over fears that she could be sexually exploited
Children in 'disturbing' sex abuse case to remain in care until next year
Child in foster care has "serious anxiety" and worries about his mother's welfare
A day in the Family Court: Child not told when father might visit to 'avoid disappointment'
More than 150 court summonses sent to parents about poor school attendance