CYPSCine June 2017

CYPSC learning and developing together
There are now twenty-six local CYPSC Co-ordinators supporting the implementation of 27 CYPSC across Ireland. CYPSC are inter-connected through a national network of CYPSC Co-ordinators. The CYPSC Co-ordinators’ National Network role and purpose is to support the strategic and operational development of CYPSC by bringing CYPSC Co-ordinators together to share information on practice, learning and national and local developments. Since 2011 the Network has enabled CYPSC staff dispersed across Ireland to connect in with each other and with the Department of Children and Youth Affairs who provide the policy and strategic lead for the CYPSC initiative.
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Early Years Issue 3

Welcome to issue 3 of the Children’s Rights Alliance’s Early Years newsletter.

As Government Departments begin to finalise Budget 2018, we are working hard to ensure that children are at the forefront of Ministers’ and civil servants’ minds. Budget 2017 sought to balance the high cost of childcare to parents through the Affordable Childcare Scheme: Budget 2018 should prioritise investment in quality improvement in services. Read on

Global Implementation Conference, Toronto

Our Nurture Programme Manager, Francis Chance, Stella Owens of CES and Anne Pardy of HSE present on The Nurture Programme – Infant Health and Wellbeing at the Global Implementation Conference in Toronto. Almost 600 delegates from right around the world – great presentations and networking opportunities. The presentation is available here