The Adoption Authority of Ireland: Request for Tenders
REQUEST FOR TENDERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUDIT OF IRISH RESEARCH AND AN OVERVIEW OF POLICY AND LEGISLATIVE CHANGE IN RELATION TO ADOPTION FOR THE ADOPTION AUTHORITY OF IRELAND
The Adoption Authority of Ireland is an independent body established on 1 November 2010 under the Adoption Act 2010. The purpose of the Adoption Act 2010 is to improve standards in both domestic and intercountry adoption.
To meet its aim of promoting evidence-based practice and policy, and maintaining a learning organisation, the Adoption Authority of Ireland has established a research sub-committee to assist in formulating and enabling research, and commissioning research projects.
The Adoption Authority of Ireland now invites proposals from suitably qualified persons/organisations for the conduct of a review which will have two outputs:
(1) An audit of research on the topic of adoption in Ireland and
(2) An overview of the evolution of legislation, policy and practice on adoption in Ireland since 1952.
Please refer to the following for detailed information regarding the request for tenders
Closing date for receipt of tender: 12 noon on Monday 13th March 2017.
For any queries regarding the tender, please contact: Ronan Keegan, social worker, Adoption Authority of Ireland, firstname.lastname@example.org