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Kathryn Reilly


Kathryn Reilly
Email: [email protected]

Kathryn Reilly is from Ballyjamesduff, Co Cavan. She has a BA (Hons) in Economics, Politics and Law from Dublin City University and a MEconSc in European Economic and Public Affairs from UCD. In April 2011, she was elected onto the Industrial and Commercial Panel of the Seanad and before that missed out on a seat in the Cavan/Monaghan constituency in the general election having secured 6,539 first preference votes in her first electoral outing.

Kathryn started working for Sinn Féin in 2009 for Sinn Féin Finance and Enterprise Spokesperson Arthur Morgan TD and she was the researcher and author of the report “Creating Jobs in the Agri-Food Sector” published by the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Enterprise, Trade and Employment. Since becoming a Senator, Kathryn has majored on the issue of youth unemployment, publishing a Sinn Féin alternative to the youth unemployment crisis and challenging the Government at every opportunity on investment for creating jobs.

Kathryn is on the Board of Management of Gaelscoil Bhreifne.

Portfolio: EU Affairs, Youth Affairs

Oireachtas Commitees: Joint Oireachtas Committee on EU Affairs

Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

Constituency Office details/Clinic times:
Sinn Féin Office,
39 College Street,
Phone: 049 4373510
Email: [email protected]

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 1-5pm. Closed Wednesdays

Oireachtas office:
Phone: 01 6183171

[email protected]

Statements (204)

Oireachtas TTIP contribution not reflective of broad policy and stakeholder concerns25 November, 2015

Disability Services waiting lists of over 29 months for children in Cavan & Monaghan – Reilly25 November, 2015

Ireland has second highest rate of rent and mortgage arrears across Europe – Senator Reilly20 November, 2015

More admissions that austerity does not work – Reilly18 November, 2015

Funding finally granted for Holy Family School – Senator Reilly17 November, 2015

Future role of AIB needs to be mapped out – Reilly12 November, 2015

New Politics course creates impetus for reducing the voting age – Reilly12 November, 2015

29 month waiting list for physiotherapy and occupational therapy assessment unacceptable - Reilly12 November, 2015

Social and economic woes in store for Ireland if Britain leaves European Union – Reilly5 November, 2015

Progressive vision immediately needed by government on housing crisis – Senator Reilly5 November, 2015