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ISPCC is the national child protection charity in Ireland. We provide national listening service Childline and therapeutic services to children. CHY 5102.
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Have you seen our campaign with ? It's all about encouraging children to talk if something they see online upsets them. is here to listen. See .
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ISPCC Childline Feb 12
Talking Makes Us Stronger! That's the message of our new campaign with . It's showing children that it can help to talk if they're not sure about anything they see online. See .
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ISPCC Childline Feb 12
You can help us be there for children when they need us. Text 'Children' to 50300 to donate €2 per week to Childline. This is a subscription service. Text costs €2 per week. ISPCC Childline will receive min. €1.80 per text. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 076 680 5278
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ChildrensRights.ie Feb 12
It’s imperative that an office of digital safety commissioner be established and adequately resourced.
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
Fantastic to have you both there today and Lauren! Thank you both for sharing your thoughts on
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
Gardaí have appealed for the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 15-year-old Bradley Sutcliffe, who is missing from his home in Ballinteer, Co. Dublin. Anyone with information is asked to contact Gardaí.
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
Hear Chief Executive John Church speaking with on after the break about children's online safety and why it should be a priority in the next Programme for Government.
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
Speakers including highlighting the need for digital media literacy in an age where much content online is partisan, designed as clickbait or otherwise manipulated. Education is essential. at launch of at
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
Today is . Have you seen our campaign with , which shares the message that ? Check it out in the clip below!
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Vodafone Ireland Feb 11
Our partnership with encourages children to talk to someone when something is on their mind.
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
Delighted to attend the launch of 'Connected'. Sinead McSweeney, MD , Ireland now speaking about how information is everywhere, but what's critical is knowledge. Online safety education is vital.
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ChildrensRights.ie Feb 11
Kicking off with talking about the calls they receive from children and young people on the impact of bullying online
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
. Chief Executive John Church says children have a right to be protected and this protection extends to being online. The next government must establish an Office of Digital Safety Commissioner to help keep children safe.
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
We're joining with , , , , , this morning to call on elected representatives to prioritise the 1,2,3 of children's online safety (Regulate, Empower, Enforce) in the next Programme for Government.
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
Happy ! and the Foundation say 'Talking Makes Us Stronger' when it comes to online safety and any other issues which might be on our minds. Childline is always here for children and young people. See .
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ISPCC Childline Feb 11
Delighted to be joining our colleagues from across the children's and young people's sector this morning to highlight how our elected representatives must prioritise children's online safety in the next Programme for Government
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ISPCC Childline Feb 9
.'s text service has now resumed. Children and young people can contact Childline by calling 1800 66 66 66 (24 hrs), chatting online at (10am - 4am daily) or by texting 50101 (10am-4am daily).
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ISPCC Childline Feb 8
Have you seen our new campaign with ? It's showing children that it helps to talk when they see something online which upsets them. is always here to listen. See .
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ISPCC Childline Feb 7
Gardaí are seeking the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 16-year-old Chloe Fitzgerald, who is missing from Avoca, Co. Wicklow. Anyone with information is asked to contact Gardaí.
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ISPCC Childline Feb 7
Gardaí are seeking the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 14-year-old Ciara Mooney, who was last seen in the Ratoath area, Co. Meath, on Tuesday 4th February.
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