ISPCC

AcronymDefinition
ISPCCIrish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children
ISPCCInternational Symposium on Platinum Coordination Compounds in Cancer Chemotherapy
ISPCCInformation Sharing Policy Coordination Committee (est. 2006)
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The ISPCC said while most children have fun and spend time with family over Christmas, many others face untold difficulties at home.
A spokeswoman for the ISPCC told the Irish Mirror yesterday: "Products should be on display in an appropriate setting children do not have access to.
If he had an endless supply of cash, King said he would take care of all his family's and friend's debts, give the ISPCC, Barretstown and the Little Star Fund what they needed, and take a 35-year lease on an executive box at Croke Park.
As well as the six-week limit, the ISPCC wants a promise from Government there will be a "substantial increase" in the building of social housing and affordable homes and minimum national standards in emergency accommodation.
O'Tighearnaigh, who joined the ISPCC in 1981, said when he resigned: "This is a very sad day for me.
ISPCC Chief Executive Paul Gilligan said alcohol abuse can cause long-term damage to children and families.
DESPERATE children made more than 1,000 calls a day to Childline last year, the ISPCC revealed yesterday.
Last Wednesday the ISPCC, responding to the sentencing of Ian Huntley and Maxine Carr, once again called for the immediate introduction of a comprehensive vetting and recruitment procedures for all those with substantial access to children in the Republic of Ireland.
You can also call the ISPCC, which has counsellors available to help anyone concerned about a child (ispcc.
During the evening a charity auction was held for the ISPCC the highlight of which was a painting by Spanish artist Juan C'perze of David Beckham in his Real Madrid strip.
A CAMPAIGN by ISPCC Childline has been launched to remind young people "you're not on your own".