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Niall Ó Donnghaile

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Niall Ó Donnghaile -North/South Integration

Niall Ó Donnghaile is a Senator and former Belfast City Councillor.

Elected as a Councillor for the first time in 2011, Niall made history when he was appointed the youngest ever Mayor of Belfast at the age of 25.

A resident of East Belfast all his life, Niall sits on a number of local boards and community organisations. He is well known for his grassroots lobbying and engagement.

A fluent Irish Language speaker Niall is committed to helping build an inclusive East Belfast which welcomes and embraces all of our enriching traditions and cultures in a spirit of equality and mutual respect.

Cuireann an ilchultúrthacht le saibhreas agus athbheochan Bhéal Feirste.

Niall’s proven track record of delivery has seen tangible results on the ground, from new housing and environmental improvements to tourism initiatives, from job creation to giving voice to those most marginalised.

Statements (77)

Parties agree on need for Special Designated Status, but what is the Government doing about it? – Ó Donnghaile25 May, 2017

Investment in the Irish language must be adequate – Ó Donnghaile19 May, 2017

Outgoing Taoiseach should set a date for referendum on Presidential Voting Rights – Senator Niall Ó Donnghaile18 May, 2017

Outgoing Taoiseach should set a date for referendum on Presidential Voting Rights – Ó Donnghaile18 May, 2017

Ó Donnghaile encourages Oireachtas Members to attend ‘An Lá Dearg’17 May, 2017

Appearances by An Taoiseach before the Seanad equal to that of Scottish First Minister, just once – Ó Donnghaile10 May, 2017

Good Friday Agreement Committee supports call for Irish Language Act in the North5 May, 2017

Tacaíonn Chomhaontú Aoine an Chéasta le hAcht na Gaeilge5 May, 2017

Global Irish Forum must focus on Voting Rights for Citizens – Ó Donnghaile3 May, 2017

Tábhacht as cuimse ag baint leis an dá Chultúrlann ó thuaidh – Ó Donnghaile26 April, 2017

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