Speeches

On behalf of the Government, I propose this motion asking Dáil Éireann to support the draft Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union...

Thanks to you Carolan, and to Torlach for inviting me to address the TIF/Audiovisual Federation Digital Lunch today. I am very pleased to be here and to have the opportunity to meet you all...

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the 17 Goals (SDGs) represent the most wide-ranging and transformative agreement ever reached by the international community...

Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for inviting me to your Annual Dublin Dinner. Next year we will mark a number of milestones in the history of this State...

A leas-mhéara – A Chomhairleoir Lyons, Uachtarán an Dlísheomra, agus a Dhaoine Uaisle. Tá áthas orm a bheith anseo anocht chun an imeacht seo

This Government, and I, as Minister for Justice and Equality, are committed to doing all we can to tackle violence against women. This violence is a blight on our society and its complexity requires...

I would like to begin by congratulating the Chair and members of the Committee and all those who contributed to the work of the Committee, especially those with a disability and who have direct...

I’d like to thank Eversheds Sutherland for inviting me here this morning, and in particular Ciaran Walker for moderating this event...

Speech by Minister Charlie Flanagan, at the Reception in honour of the opening of the Embassy of New Zealand by Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Winston Peters.

Good morning everyone. I would like to begin by thanking my colleague, Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor, for the invitation to speak here this morning.

 

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