What we do
There are approximately 100,000 children and young people under the age of 18 living in Dublin City. The Children’s Services Unit was established in 2007 to actively work towards making Dublin a better place for children and young people. We work to promote awareness of children’s and young people’s needs including play development and access to quality childcare. We work closely with other internal city council departments and outside agencies such as Dublin City Children’s Services Committee, Dublin City Play Plan Steering Group and Dublin City Childcare Committee.
Dublin City Council’s Children’s Services Policy Statement
Family Day - Sunday 19th May 2013
Join in the Fun! Please click here for details of the event.
Available to Download
EU Kids Online Report (PDF 509 kb)
Safer Internet Day Report (PDF969 kb)
European Network Cities for Children Seminar
On 11th April 2011 Dublin City Council hosted the Cities for Children Traffic & Safety Seminar – Urban Planning for children in the context of mobility, safety and access issues.