Social Welfare Fraud
Treoir, the national federation of services for unmarried parents and children, is concerned that the revelation of fraud on the part of some welfare recipients, including lone parents will result in all lone parents being vilified and scapegoated by society, though the vast majority are compliant and do a great job against all the odds.Download Article as PDF
Publication of the third edition of Family Links steps and stages
“I don’t have a daddy” or “I have a new daddy” can be answers that children make in response to questions regarding their family life. Positive pointers on how to help parents explain the family situation to their chidren are contained in Family Links steps and stages..Download this Article
Proposal to engage facilitators for lone parents
Most lone parents want to engage in the workforce but face many obstacles in doing so, not least, lack of skills and confidence, lack of affordable accessible childcare, loss of secondary benefits such as rent allowance, medical card etc. Download this Article
Cardinal Brady’s opposition to proposed Civil Partnership Bill
“The Government’s proposed Civil Partnership Bill would give de facto marriage rights
to cohabiting or same sex couples and should be blocked” says Cardinal Sean Brady.Download this File as a PDF
New Arrival in Rotunda Hospital!
11th March 2008
17 young mothers and their children were on hand to greet the latest new arrival in the Rotunda Hospital today - the first issue of Treoir’s The Young Parent Survival Guide. Download this Article
Closure of Centre for Early Childhood Development and Education (CECDE).
11th October 2008
Treoir calls on the Minister for Education and Science to reverse his decision to withdraw funding from the Centre for Early Childhood Development and Education (CECDE). Download this Article as a PDF