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Police storm paedophile hellhole where child pornography was being made, rescuing six-year-old boy

April 6, 2015 ·  By Pat Flanagan for

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A six-year-old boy has been rescued from a paedophile hellhole where child porn movies were being made. Police raided a home in Co Tipperary, Ireland, to rescue the child who has now been taken into care. The horrific discovery was made when detectives were asked to follow up a warning from the European police agency […]


Ireland: Women’s rights ‘are not respected here’

April 2, 2015 ·  By the Irish Examiner

UN Human Rights committee chairman Nigel Rodley.
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Ireland is eight years late in submitting a major report to the UN on tackling discrimination against women. And an expert in human rights has responded to the delay by saying “the autonomy and bodily integrity of women” are not respected in Ireland. The report to the UN Committee on the Elimination of all Forms […]


Ireland is eking out a new layer of human rights

March 27, 2015 ·  By Mark Kelly for the Irish Examiner

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Slowly and forensically, layer by granular layer, the human rights treaty bodies have been building a three-dimensional model of Ireland’s compliance with its international obligations, writes Mark Kelly. Every successive European and global monitoring process has added further grains of truth, until the contours of our State’s respect for human rights have become clear. Viewed […]


203 Runners Join PREDA in Race for Freedom

March 24, 2015 · 

Runners set off on the Race For Freedom

The Irish sun warmed the Ballybrit Racecourse in Galway, Ireland last Saturday, March 21, 2015 and warmed the hearts of the organizers and the 203 runners who signed up and ran the annual 5 kilometer Run for Freedom marathon race for the Preda Foundation. The event was organized by Preda Ireland chairperson Philip Cribbin and […]


Gardaí probe rape of elderly woman

September 25, 2014 · 

The incident took place last March in south Dublin and detectives are completing a detailed file for the Director of Public Prosecutions. The DPP, in consultation with senior officers, will make the decision whether or not to direct a prosecution. The girl, 15, has claimed that five boys, one of whom is aged 14, raped her at a party in her own home after alcohol was consumed.


134 children arrested for alleged sex offences

September 5, 2014 · 

More than 100 children aged between 12 and 15 have been arrested for alleged sex offences in Northern Ireland in the past five years, it has been revealed. Det Ch Supt George Clarke said: “The decision to arrest anybody, and in particular a young person, is not a decision that is taken lightly.” He told […]


Ireland is officially the 'best country in the world', says study

June 24, 2014 · 

As everyone new already, Ireland is the best country in the world because it has made the greatest contributions to humanity and the planet, according to a new survey.



March 12, 2014 · 

DEVELOPMENT  COURSE ON OFFER IN DUBLIN ,IRELAND Dear Friends  and students ,  The  Kimmage Development Studies Centre, Dublin have some new course offerings Understanding & Addressing Gender Based Violence in Development Contexts Child Protection in Development Practice Both of these courses are offered through our KODE – Kimmage Open & Distance Education Programme […]


Letter from Philip Cribbin, great sport and entertainment events in Galway ,Ireland

February 6, 2014 · 

Philip is chairperson of Preda Galway and Preda-Ireland.He is very active in organizing events to support the work of Preda Philippines in protecting and helping children at grave risk.His wide range of friends and contacts in the sports, and entertainment world has raised awareness in Ireland of the plight of children at risk in the […]


Philomena Lee's tragic tale

January 29, 2014 · 

Philomena Lee, the subject of an Oscar-nominated film, launches project to help find children who were forcibly adopted DAVID MCKITTRICK Friday 24 January 2014 Philomena Lee, a slight, soft-spoken Irishwoman in her 80s who walks with the aid of a stick, returned to Dublin today to spearhead the latest in a long series of campaigns […]

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