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Register for a Tusla - Child and Family Agency OpenAthens account

Complete the form to register for a Tusla - Child and Family Agency OpenAthens account. Your account enables you to access online resources from any Internet browser.

You must use an approved Tusla - Child and Family Agency email address.


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If you have any problems registering, please contact: Ayo Dele on +353 (1) 771 8891 or at ayo.dele@tusla.ie

By clicking on Submit I agree to the terms and conditions below.

Athens accounts remain the property of Tusla – Child and Family Agency, National Research Office. Personal Athens accounts are for the sole use of the employee to whom they are issued and are not transferable. Access to resources is provided for the purposes of work, research or education only. The Tusla – Child and Family Agency Athens account holder undertakes not to infringe copyright residing in documentation or software. No Tusla – Child and Family Agency Athens account holder will undertake any action that brings Tusla – Child and Family Agency into disrepute. The Tusla – Child and Family Agency Athens account holder will comply with the acceptable usage policies and licensing agreements of websites visited.

The Child and Family Agency (Tusla) is the dedicated State agency responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children. The Agency operates under the Child and Family Agency Act 2013, a progressive piece of legislation with children at its heart and with families viewed as the foundation of a strong healthy community where children can flourish. Partnership and co-operation in the delivery of seamless services to children and families are also central to the Act. Tusla is committed to protecting the rights and privacy of individuals in accordance with European Union and Irish data protection legislation and the other legal requirements to which Tusla is obliged to adhere.

Tusla needs to lawfully & fairly process personal data about employees, clients, suppliers and other individuals in order to achieve its mission and functions. Your personal data may be exchanged with other Government Departments, Agencies and Third Parties in certain circumstances where this is provided for by law or is necessary to complete the processing of your data. Your personal data will be processed in compliance with all relevant data protection legislation and the other legal requirements to which Tusla is obliged to adhere.

Full details of Tusla’s Data Protection Policy setting out how we will use your personal data as well as information regarding your rights as a data subject are available at Tusla Privacy Policy

Details of this policy are also available in hard copy upon request.

For an overview of Tusla’s Processing Activities and the types of data we process, you can view our organisational ‘Record of Processing Activities’ at the below link: ROPA