Policy and Research

Submission: National Strategy for Migrant Integration

EPIC make this submission on behalf of the children and young people from ethnic minority backgrounds and unaccompanied minors in care and aftercare with whom we work. Our submission focuses on inclusive and culturally sensitive care, improving accommodation and...

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EPIC National Advocacy Service Report 2022

This report offers an overview of the EPIC National Advocacy Service's activities in 2022, providing insights into the children and young people who utilised the Service and the issues it addressed. EPIC thank Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, for funding this...

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Pre-Budget Submission 2024

Download our Pre-Budget Submission Introduction to EPIC’s Pre-Budget Submission EPIC makes this submission to Government in both our capacity as a national children’s rights organisation, and on behalf of the children and young people with whom we work. Our submission...

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Enshrining the Right to Independent Advocacy

Independent advocacy is a process of helping children and young people to express themselves, empower them to have a say and be heard on issues that affect their life and bring about positive change (with the help of non-governmental professional, known as an...

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Headphones, Odd Shoes & A Second Chance at Life

An Exploration of the Experience of Children in Care & Care-leavers with Disabilities “For the ‘Headphones’, I would say... kind of you’re in your own reality, you’re not really paying attention to the world, and you’re just getting on with your day-to-day life as...

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EPIC Advocacy Report 2021

This report gives an overview of the EPIC National Advocacy Service in 2021 EPIC’s National Advocacy Service works to empower children in care and young people with care experience to have a say and be heard on issues that affect their lives. This report gives an...

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