Managing your family’s cabin fever

Family members confined together in isolation can soon start to get on each other’s nerves. However, research shows that the way families communicate can help. One of the obvious consequences of close isolation is that space...Read more
|Comment|author: Terry Bowles

EU millions for schools’ healthy eating schemes

Ireland will receive almost €3.27 million Euros from the EU’s school fruit, vegetables and milk scheme over the coming year, irrespective of enforced school closures across the continent because of the coronavirus pandemic. The scheme, which...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

Happy Easter from Child in the City

Child in the City would like to take this opportunity to wish all our subscribers a very Happy Easter. These are unprecedented times, and we know that thousands of you – whose support we greatly value...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

Why we need responsible data for children

Around the world, humanitarian and development organisations working with children are increasingly reliant on a wide range of technologies used to improve the efficacy of service delivery and how to respond to, for instance, pandemics...Read more
|Comment|author: Andrew Young and Stefan Verhulst