Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People, promoting the rights of children and young people
Children and Young People may be excluded from anti discrimination law being considered in Northern Ireland
Pupils have their say
24 April 2013
Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People, Patricia Lewsley – Mooney, reiterated her concern at the lack of effective government action to address the issue of child poverty.
TRANSLINK and the Patient and Client Council lifted the Gold Award in their respective categories at the Children’s Commissioner’s 2012/13 Participation Awards on Monday 18th February.
12 November 2012
Commissioner for Children and Young People, Patricia Lewsley-Mooney, today warned that older teenagers are still vulnerable to suicide because of negative experiences in their childhood.
Inconsistencies, weaknesses and gaps characterise current system
Search on for public bodies in Northern Ireland to showcase how they involve young people.
Commissioner for Children and Young People, Patricia Lewsley-Mooney, today gave a cautious welcome to the announcement that young people under 18 will no longer be detained at Hydebank.
The Commissioner for Children and Young People, in partnership with St Mary’s University College, Belfast, has developed a brand new and unique Masters Module called ‘Children’s Rights and Education’.
Commssioner urges MLAs to make sure children are visable