Start Strong in the News
The Journal.ie Tue Feb 17th: "Expensive childcare is leading to an increase in underpaid au pairs in Ireland"
Start Strong Director Ciairín de Buis talks about how Irish parents pay the highest childcare costs in Europe because the Government invests so little. Read more
Start Strong Director, Ciairin de Buis takes part in a panel discussion on the cost of 'childcare'on Newstalk Breakfast Show. Read more
Irish Independent Feb 6th 2015: “Investing in high quality early care and education will benefit children” by Toby Wolfe
Irish Independent Feb 6th 2015: “Investing in high quality early care and education will benefit children” by Toby Wolfe Read more
Nursery World Magazine, Dec 5th: "Call for Ireland's early years settings to be recognised as a 'public service'"
Ireland's childcare providers need to be seen as providing a public service to ensure quality for children, says Start Strong Read more
Newstalk Breakfast Dec 3rd: Interview with Professor Helen Penn about our latest report, ‘Childcare': Business or Profession?
Interview with Professor Helen Penn from the University of East London about Start Strong's latest report,‘Childcare: Business or Profession? Read more
Irish Independent, Nov 26th 2014: "Parents and trade unions demand more work leave" by Charlie Weston
Irish Independent Nov 26th: "Parents and trade unions demand more work leave" by Charlie Weston Read more
Start Strong's Ciairín de Buis spoke to Jonathan Healy on Newstalk Lunchtime today. Read more
Nov 17th 2014, Newstalk Radio: Interview with Start Strong Director Ciarín de Buis about the high cost of 'childcare'
Ciarín de Buis, Director of Start Strong, talks to Lunchtime on Newstalk about the high cost of 'childcare'. Read more
November 1st, Irish Times: "Child poverty: ‘This is about Government priorities" by Sheila Wayman Read more
Oct 27th, Nursery World Magazine: “Irish childcare settings will be inspected on their quality of education."
Nursery World Magazine, October 27th:“Irish childcare settings will be inspected on their quality of education" by Katy Morton." Read more