Memorandum of understanding between the British and Irish Network of Ombudsman and Children’s Commissioners (BINOCC)

Document type
Policy briefing
Author(s)
Longfield, Anne
Publisher
Office of the Children's Commissioner
Date of publication
19 April 2016
Subject(s)
Children and Young People, Social Policy
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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The British and Irish Network of Ombudsman and Children’s Commissioners (BINOCC) links the 4 United Kingdom Commissioners and the Ombudsman for Children in the Republic of Ireland to promote and enable shared learning.

This document discusses the importance of this agreement, and sets out the underlying principles of the relationship. It also describes the working relationship between organisations, and how specific issues will be addressed.

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