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Maeve McLaughlin


Maeve McLaughlin

E-Mail: [email protected]
Phone: 71 377551

Maeve has been involved in political activism since her teens. Politically active during her time at University College Galway she studied Sociology, History and Politics achieving a BA Hons Degree.

On completion of her studies, Maeve was employed for seven years as Manager of Glen Development Initiative (GDI) in Derry. She served as a councillor with Derry City Council for eleven years, holding the position of Sinn Féin Group Leader for six years. During this time she was also a member of the local Derry District Policing Partnership, Tourism Spokesperson and Chairperson of North West Region Cross Border Group.

Co-opted to the Assembly in 2012 as a result of Martina Anderson becoming an MEP, Maeve was appointed to the Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment and also to the Committee for Health, Social Services and Public safety.

Since assuming her role in the Assembly, Maeve has been Sinn Féin Spokesperson on the Social Economy. Having been directly involved in the development of Derry’s regeneration “One Plan” Maeve is passionate about targeting the levels of economic, physical and social deprivation within the North West Region.

Constituency Office:
Rath Mór Business Park
Eastway Road
BT48 0LZ

Seirbhís Thoghcheantair Shinn Féin:
Lárionad Gnó Ráth Mór
Bóthar an Oirthir
BT48 0LZ

Phone: 71 377551
E-Mail: [email protected]

Stormont office:
Room 339
Parliament Buildings
Belfast, BT4 3XX
Phone: 90520463

Statements (389)

New A&E ward must address waiting lists17 August, 2015

McLaughlin calls for no reduction in respite facilities10 August, 2015

Action required on hospital waiting times – McLaughlin22 July, 2015

All-Ireland approach on sarcoma needed - McLaughlin22 July, 2015

Praise for fire fighters in tackling major Derry blaze - McLaughlin16 July, 2015

So-called 'legal highs' having devastating impact on young people - McLaughlin15 July, 2015

McLaughlin disgusted at latest obstacle to Remembering Derry Factory Workers12 July, 2015

McLaughlin concerned at rise in STIs17 June, 2015

All-Ireland approach to dealing with addiction needed - McLaughlin12 June, 2015

Maeve McLaughlin praises the role of carers8 June, 2015