Articles posted in 'Northern Ireland'

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Civic Forum

The Tanaiste, Eamon Gilmore, told Brendan Smith (FF, Cavan Monaghan) that the government remained committed to the establishment of the NI Civic Forum as an important part of the Good Friday Agrement and he had continued to raise the issue…

2 News Peace IV funding

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, told Brendan Smith (FF, Cavan Monaghan) that the structural funds allocation to the Peace IV programme would be €150m (Dail Eireann, Debates, 26th November 2013, 513).  The Secretary of State for…

Funding for Irish emigrants; reconciliation

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Eamon Gilmore, told John Browne (FF, Wexford) that grant-aid for services for Irish emigrants abroad was €11.93m in 2010, €11.57m in 2011, €11.59m in 2012 and was kept at that level for 2013.  This year,…

Peace IV programme

The Minister for Public Expenditure & Reform, Brendan Howlin, told Brendan Smith (FF, Cavan Monaghan) that he had already begun a consultation process for the new Peace programme  (Dail Eireann, Debates, 7th March 2013, 53-4).  This was initiated last April…

Peace IV programme

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, told Gerry Adams (SF, Louth) that the Irish government would press for a new Peace programme for 2014-2020, but it would require the support of both the British government and the…

North South Consultative Forum

Asked by Gerry Adams (SF, Louth) about progress toward the North South Civic Consultative Forum, the Taoiseach told the Dail that  at the 12th meeting of the North South Ministerial Council in Dublin on 10th June ‘we agreed to finalize…

International Fund for Ireland

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dick Roche, brought Sean Barrett (FG, Dun Laoghaire) up to date on developments in the International Fund for Ireland  (Dail Eireann, Debates, 20th January 2011, 254-5).  Originally, its board had decided that it would no…

North South consultative forum

The Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheal Martin told Jim O’Keeffe (FG, Cork SW) that the government would press strongly for the establishment of the north-south consultative forum at the next plenary meeting of the North South Ministerial Council on 5th…