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  • Annual Report/Review
    Official Languages Act Citizens Information on Twitter Annual Report Review The Citizens Information Board is required to present its Annual Report to the Minister for Social Protection on 1 July each year The Annual Report outlines the activities of the Board over each given year Annual Report 2013 English pdf Annual Report 2013 English Word Annual Review 2013 14 pdf Previous Annual Reports 2000 2012 Tuarascáil Bhliantúil Éilítear ar an

    Original URL path: http://citizensinformationboard.ie/about/about_annualreport.html (2015-10-08)
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  • Freedom of Information
    of Information Act 2014 imposes various duties on public bodies and certain other bodies which are subject to it and gives certain rights to individuals to access the records of the bodies concerned The Citizens Information Board is the national agency responsible for supporting the provision of information advice and advocacy on social services and for the provision of the Money Advice and Budgeting Service Information about its functions activities and decision making processes is publicly and routinely available Under the terms of the FOI Act the Board is required to make information about itself available in the manner required by the legislation Freedom of Information Guide pdf Freedom of Information Guide Word Organisational Chart Saoráil Faisnéise Comhairle an t ainm a thugtaí ar an mBord um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh nuair a bunaíodh é agus bhí sé faoi réir cheanglais an reachtaíocht um Shaoráil Faisnéise ón 1 Deireadh Fómhair 2001 Leagann an Achta um Shaoráil Faisnéise 2014 dualgais éagsúla ar na comhlachtaí poiblí agus comhlachtaí áirithe eile lena mbaineann siad agus tugann siad cearta áirithe do dhaoine aonair taifid an chomhlachta atá i gceist a rochtain Is é an Bord um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh an comhlacht reachtúil atá freagrach as

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  • Citizens Information Board legislation
    the Comhairle Act 2000 This Act was amended by the Citizens Information Act 2007 pdf which changed the name of the organisation to the Citizens Information Board and by the Social Welfare and Pensions Act 2011 which amended the rules relating to membership of the Citizens Information Board The Citizens Information Act 2007 also sets out the development of the advocacy service for people with a disability and how the Board decides the terms and conditions under which information advice and advocacy services are provided by Citizens Information Services and other voluntary bodies In 2008 the Social Welfare Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2008 pdf extended the existing acts to give the Citizens Information Board responsibility for the Money Advice and Budgeting Service Reachtaíocht maidir leis an mBord um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh Bunaíodh an eagraíocht mar chomhlacht reachtúil faoin Acht um Chomhairle 2000 Leasaíodh an tAcht ag an Acht um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh 2007 pdf a d athraigh ainm na heagraíochta go dtí an Bord um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh agus ag an Acht Leasa Shóisialaigh agus Pinsean 2011 a d athraigh na rialacha le haghaidh ballraíochta an Bhoird um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh Leagann an tAcht um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh 2007 síos an

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  • Official Languages Act
    Language Scheme The Citizens Information Board has an Irish Language Scheme in accordance with Section 11 of the Official Languages Act 2003 The primary objective of this Act is to ensure better availability and a higher standard of public services through Irish The Scheme contains many initiatives to increase service level provision through Irish It has been approved by the Minister of Community Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs and commenced on 7th July 2008 Download the Word version of the Scheme English Download the Word version of the Scheme Irish Further information on the Official Languages Act 2003 is available from the Department of Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht by email request to achtteanga ahg gov ie Submissions received Aighneacht ó Chonradh na Gaeilge National Disability Authority A second draft scheme was submitted to the Minister for Arts Heritage and Gaeltacht Affairs in July 2011 Irish speakers in the Citizens Information Board In George s Quay House Dublin 2 0761 07 9000 Hilary Frazer Information Executive Bríd Ingoldsby Information Executive In Kilkenny 056 776 5176 Ian Coulter Training Executive Acht na dTeangacha Oifigiúla Scéim na Gaeilge an Bhoird um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh Tá Scéim na Gaeilge ag an mBord um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh de réir Alt 11 d Acht na dTeangacha Oifigiúla 2003 Is é príomhaidhm an Achta seo go mbeadh fáil níos fearr ar sheirbísí poiblí as Gaeilge agus go mbeadh caighdeán níos airde acu seo Tá mórán tioncsnaimh sa Scéim chun breis leibhéal seirbhíse trí Ghaeilge a soláthar Tá sí ceadaithe ag an Aire Gnóthaí Pobail Tuaithe agus Gaeltachta agus thosaigh sí an 7ú lá Iúil 2008 Íoslódaíl leagan Word na Scéime Béarla Íoslódaíl leagan Word na Scéime Gaeilge Tá tuilleadh faisnéise faoi Acht na dTeangacha Oifigiúla 2003 le fáil ón Roinn Ealaíon Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta trí iarratas ríomhphoist

    Original URL path: http://citizensinformationboard.ie/about/about_official_languages_act.html (2015-10-08)
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  • Citizens Information on Twitter
    short messages called tweets The citizensinfo Twitter account is managed by the Citizens Information Board as is the Assist Ireland account assistireland Tweets aim to cover developments in public and social services The Citizens Information Board s Twitter accounts are hosted by Twitter You can find Twitter s privacy policy on the Twitter website Retweets tweeting a message from another twitter user may be used to highlight relevant announcements particularly those by other Government bodies We welcome messages However in general due to resource constraints we will not be in a position to reply to all messages citizensinfo and assistireland will not be obliged to follow any of our followers If we do follow a Twitter account it does not imply endorsement of any kind Sending a message via Twitter will not be considered as contacting the Citizens Information Board for official purposes and we will not be obliged to monitor or respond to requests for information through the Twitter channel Instead please see our contact details May 2013 Faisnéis do Shaoránaigh ar Twitter citizensinfo Láithreán gréasáin líonraithe shóisialta is ea Twitter a ligeann dá n úsáideoirí teachtaireachtaí gearra ar a dtugtar tvuíteanna a sheoladh agus a fháil Tá cuntas Twitter citizensinfo agus cuntas Assist Ireland assistireland á bhainistiú ag an mBord um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh Tá sé de chuspóir ag tvuíteanna forbairtí ar sheirbhísí poiblí agus sóisialta a chuimsiú Tá cuntas Twitter an Bhoird um Fhaisnéis do Shaoránaigh á óstáil ag Twitter Féadfaidh tú teacht ar bheartas príobháideachais Twitter ar láithreán gréasáin Twitter Féadtar atvuíteanna teachtaireacht a thvuíteáil ó úsáideoir eile Twitter a úsáid chun fógraí ábhartha a aibhsiú go háirithe iad siúd ó chomhlachtaí eile Rialtais Fáiltímid teachtaireachtaí Go ginearálta áfach mar gheall ar chosc ar acmhainní ní bheimid in ann freagra a thabhairt ar gach teachtaireacht a

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  • Accessibility Services
    in Ireland through the Citizens Information Board after the dissolution of the first national Interpreting Agency Irish Sign Link SLIS no longer directly engages interpreters for assignments however we do provide a referral service to assist clients find the right interpreter for their needs To request a referral please click here it is important to give as much advance notice as possible as interpreter availability may be limited Mission Statement SLIS will promote represent advocate and ensure the availability of quality interpretation services to Deaf people in Ireland The overall goal of SLIS is to ensure that Deaf people can easily exercise their rights entitlements under the Equal Status Disability Acts and access their rights and entitlements to public and social services Strategic Aims In November 2010 the Board of SLIS carried out a comprehensive review of services delivery to focus its resources to best meet the needs of the Deaf Community Statutory obligations The resulting Strategy Document for 2011 2014 outlines the overall vision for the organisation The Board agreed that in the coming years a newly reconstituted SLIS should focus its efforts in the following areas Promoting and advocating for the right to high quality interpreting services particularly

    Original URL path: http://citizensinformationboard.ie/services/accessibility_services/accessibility_sign_language_inter_service.html (2015-10-08)
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  • How to Order
    citizensinformation ie Corporate site This site uses cookies Find out more Accessibility About Us Services Publications News Contact You Are Here Home Publications How To Order How to Order Full List of Publications Relate Journal Information Publications Research and Social Policy Publications Advocacy and Accessibility Publications Corporate Publications Voluntary Sector Publications How to order Contact your local Citizens Information Centre for booklets and leaflets on entitlements For other publications and

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  • Full list of publications
    and Taxes Wallchart 2015 pdf Newsletters and Periodicals Relate EU Supplement Speaking up for Advocacy Newsletter Voice Influencing Social Policy newsletter 2003 2011 Mentoring Matters newsletter 2005 pdf Research and Social Policy Reports Hard Times for the Self employed 2012 Hard Times for the Self employed 2012 Irish Lifting the Load 2011 Lifting the Load 2011 Irish Volunteering in Citizens Information Services 2010 Volunteering in Citizens Information Services Executive Summary 2010 Volunteering in Citizens Information Services Executive Summary Irish 2010 Getting There Transport and Access to Social Services 2010 Getting There Transport and Access to Social Services Executive Summary 2010 Getting There Transport and Access to Social Services Executive Summary Irish 2010 Citizens Information Services Survey 2008 pdf Summary of Report on Housing Needs of People with Disabilities 2007 pdf Report on Housing Needs of People with Disabilities 2007 pdf Summary of Employment Rights from Information to Redress A Social Policy Report 2006 pdf Employment Rights from Information to Redress A Social Policy Report 2006 pdf Citizens Information Services Survey Report 2005 pdf Citizens Information Services Survey Report 2005 Word Supporting Grandparents caring for their grandchildren 2005 pdf Scheme of Community Support for Older People 2005 pdf Family Matters Ten Years On A Social Policy Report 2005 pdf Family Matters Ten Years On A Social Policy Report 2005 Word The Medical Card Affording Health on Low Income A Social Policy Report 2004 The Medical Card Affording Health on Low Income A Social Policy Report 2004 pdf Citizens Information Centres Survey Report 2003 pdf Citizens Information Centres Survey Report 2003 Word Rent Supplement A Social Policy Report jointly with Threshold 2002 Rent Supplement A Social Policy Report jointly with Threshold 2002 pdf Supporting Carers A Social Policy Report 2002 Supporting Carers A Social Policy Report 2002 pdf CICs and Social Policy Issues to DSFA and Health Boards 2001 The Information Process in Citizen Information Centres 2001 pdf Employment Rights A Social Policy Report 2000 Pathways to Information Developing an Integrated Approach at Local Level 2000 pdf Research and Social Policy Submissions and Policy Recommendations Research and Social Policy Submissions and Policy Recommendations Research and Social Policy Quarterly Reports Research and Social Policy quarterly reports Research and Social Policy Pre budget Submissions Research and social policy pre budget submissions Research and Social Policy Guidelines to Information Providers Guidelines on how to complete social policy records for Citizens Information Board 2008 Guidelines on how to complete social policy records for Citizens Information Board 2008 Word Advocacy and Accessibility Publications Advocacy Service Guide 2012 pdf National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities report including executive summary 2010 pdf National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities report including executive summary 2010 Word National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities executive summary 2010 Word Speaking up for Advocacy Newsletter 2003 2012 Evaluation of the Programme of Advocacy for People with Disabilities in the Community and Voluntary Sector 2010 pdf Evaluation of the Programme of Advocacy for People with Disabilities in the Community and Voluntary Sector 2010

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