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Minister Zappone gives update on Scouting Ireland Statement by Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Katherine Zappone
17 Dec 2018 - DCYA
Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Katherine Zappone, has today (11th December 2018) provided an update on the numbers of people coming forward with information about alleged abuse within scouting.
12 Dec 2018 - Belfast Telegraph
More than 300 alleged victims have been identified in a probe into claims of historical abuse within Scouting Ireland.
23 Nov 2018 - The Independent
The chief scout of Scouting Ireland has stepped aside amid the ongoing controversy over the handling of a rape allegation against another scout leader.
23 Nov 2018 - Evening echo
A file on alleged abuse in scouting in Cork has been handed over to Tusla in recent weeks
23 Nov 2018 - RTE News
A full review of historical cases of allegations of abuse in Scouting Ireland has found evidence of 71 alleged abusers and 108 victims between the 1960s and 80s, an Oireachtas committee has heard.
23 Nov 2018 - The Irish Times
The organisation has been contacted by over a dozen victims since abuse revelations.
01 Nov 2018 - The Irish Times
Government restores grants on condition the organisation reforms child protection rules
28 Sep 2018 - The Irish Examiner
The Chief Scout of Scouting Ireland Christy McCann has said he will not chair the upcoming extraordinary general meeting as it is 'not the best solution' given the current difficulties in the youth organisation.
24 Apr 2018 - The Irish Times
Chief executive pulls out of an appearance before Oireachtas committee.
21 Apr 2018 - The Irish Times
Locked away in Scouting Ireland's national office in Larch Hill, Tibradden, south county Dublin, sit hundreds of past child-protection case files in an alarmed room under lock and key, some dating back decades.