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Carál Ní Chuilín


Carál Ní Chuilín


Carál Ní Chuilín is Sinn Féin Minister for Culture Arts and Leisure. One of the two Sinn Féin MLA's for North Belfast Caral has represented the party at Belfast City Council and has been Assembly spokesperson on health - social development and Sinn Fein chief whip.

Caral is currently leading Sinn Fein's Liofa campaign which promotes the Irish language across the North and as DCAL Minister is to the fore of some of the major sporting infrastructure projects including for GAA Soccer and Rugby.

North Belfast has some of the North's most deprived wards and Caral is known for  her high profile campaigning on the local housing crisis and leisure inequalities.

since she first joined the Sinn Fein council team in  2003 and was elected to the Assembly in 2007 Caral has continued equality campaigns into her role as Minister where she has focused her departmental priorities  on inclusion and tackling disadvantage.

Portfolio: Minister Culture Arts and Leisure

Constituency Office:
Teach Carney
291 Antrim Road
BT15 2GZ
Phone: 02890740817

Stormont office:
Room 143
Parliament Buildings

Last updated: 28th May 2013

Statements (175)

Méadú leanúnach ar an spéis sa Ghaeilge – Ní Chuilín28 February, 2015

The Irish Language belongs to everyone - Ní Chuilín10 February, 2015

Ní Chuilín calls for end to obstruction of Irish Language Act10 December, 2014

Irish version of Wall Murals of Belfast Launched29 November, 2014

Assembly debate not about needs of victims - Ní Chuilín4 November, 2014

Ni Chuilin Welcomes Guide Dog Association 30 Years Of Independence8 October, 2014

Water workers threatened for second time in 24 hours – Ní Chuilín1 October, 2014

Those behind hoax have nothing to offer - Ní Chuilín30 September, 2014

Ongoing alert causing distress to local families – Ní Chuilín29 September, 2014

We’re working to minimise the impact of budget reductions – Ní Chuilín25 September, 2014

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