We are a human rights institution and work to protect the rights of children and young people in Ireland.
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The Ombudsman for Children's Office (OCO) is a human rights institution that advocates for the rights and well-being of young people under 18 years of age in Ireland. As an independent organization, the OCO investigates complaints about services provided to children by public organizations, and their services are completely free. The establishment of the OCO was the result of the collective efforts of passionate individuals who fought for children's rights in Ireland, leading to the agreement of the Ombudsman for Children Act in 2002. Since then, the OCO has been striving not only to address complaints but also to actively promote and uphold the rights of children.
Dr. Niall Muldoon, appointed as the Ombudsman for Children in 2015 by President Michael D. Higgins, leads the dedicated team at the OCO. They work tirelessly to ensure that children's voices are heard, their concerns are addressed, and their rights are protected.
Contact the OCO if you have any concerns about a child or need assistance. They are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of young people and their families in Ireland.
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