The Joint Committee on Employment Affairs and Social Protection will meet tomorrow, Thursday, to resume discussion on the topic of bogus self employment.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) will meet tomorrow with Officials from the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine.
Legacy issues will be on the agenda when the Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement meets tomorrow at 2.15pm in Committee Room 4, Leinster House.
Communications Committee to hear from University of Limerick’s Head of Economics on National Broadband Plan
The Joint Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment will resume its hearings on the National Broadband Plan, tomorrow, 19 June in Committee Room 1, Leinster House.
Committee on Children and Youth Affairs to hear from Ombudsman for Children on impact of homelessness on children
The Joint Committee on Children and Youth Affairs will resume its discussion on the impact of homelessness on children, tomorrow, Wednesday, 19 June at 10am in Committee Room 1, Leinster House.
The Joint Committee on Climate Action will hear from Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton TD, tomorrow, Wednesday, 19 June on Government’s Climate Action Plan 2019.
The Joint Committee on Health will examine the role of voluntary bodies in the delivery of health and social services, tomorrow, Wednesday 18 June in Committee Room 3, Leinster House at 9am.
Joint Committee on Transport, Tourism & Sport to discuss the move towards Low-Carbon Transition in Irish Transport
The Joint Committee on Transport, Tourism & Sport will meet tomorrow (Wednesday) at 10am in Committee Room 4, Leinster House to discuss the impact of transport on the environment.
Representatives from National Economic and Social Council (NESC) and Dublin City University (DCU) will come before the Committee to discuss the advancement of the Low-Carbon Transition in Irish Transport.
Building on DCU and NESC research findings, their report identifies a set of recommendations and poses a number of questions for stakeholders who wish to strengthen low-carbon transition in Irish transport.
Ahead of the meeting, the Chairman of the Joint Committee, Committee Chairman Fergus O’Dowd TD, said: “The Committee is well aware that we as a country are at a crucial juncture in developing a response to climate change and transitioning to a low-carbon economy.”
Deputy O’Dowd added: “Governance institutions are key enabling factors for decarbonisation across economy and society, and it’s imperative that we as a committee strengthen low-carbon transition in Irish transport.”
Committee proceedings can be viewed live here
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Joint Committee on Public Petitions to consider petition on mandatory training on spectrum disorders for teachers
The Joint Committee on Public Petitions will hear from National Autism Charity, AsIAm tomorrow, Wednesday, 19 June on a call for mandatory training for teachers on the needs of children with spectrum disorders.
Justice Committee continues hearings on Direct Provision and the international protection application process
Tomorrow (Wednesday) at 9am, the Joint Committee on Justice and Equality will meet to discuss direct provision for the fourth and final time before publishing a report on the topic in the autumn.