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  • IMPACT secures agreement on personal protective equipment review at Oberstown campus 22 December 2016 -   Scheduled strike action deferred IMPACT trade union has secured an agreement for an independent review of the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) for staff working at the Oberstown youth detention centre in Dublin. Discussions between the union and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs took place earlier today (Thursday 22nd December 2016), […]
  • Educational Psychologists call on Government to implement commitments on recruitment 7 December 2016 - Concern that capping education psychology service is ‘stalling’ commitments The National Educational Psychological Service (NEPS) branch of IMPACT trade union has called for the immediate recruitment of at least 94 psychologists to meet current needs. The union is seeking further commitment from the Government to recruit an additional 17 psychologists to meet expected demands on […]
  • Renters gather in Dublin to push for Secure Rents 5 December 2016 - Tonight at 7pm in Liberty Hall, Eden Quay renters from across Dublin and the surrounding counties will gather together to discuss Ireland’s deepening rental crisis and further the Secure Rents campaign’s call for rent certainty and greater security of tenure across the country. Ahead of tonight’s event, campaign spokesperson and IMPACT lead organiser Joe O’Connor […]