Many thanks to the contributors to this week’s contributors – The Ombudsman for Children Dr. Niall Muldoon; DCU student Holly Farrell; and the Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman TD.
Throughout the episode, the reciprocal themes of Children’s Rights and policies impacting on children are explored from different perspectives. As always, the ‘show notes’ are available here, including lots of additional resources, case-study materials, and the ‘Listen-Along Guide’ designed to help students get the most out of the episode.
Recorded in the autumn of 2020 under Covid-19 restrictions, we ask for your patience with the small disruptions in sound quality due to recording over Zoom, not nearly as good quality (or as much fun) as live recordings…
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