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Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire - Spokesperson on Children & Youth Affairs

Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire is your Sinn Féin TD for Cork South Central.

From Togher, Donnchadh represents the Carrigaline-Ballincollig Municipal District on Cork County Council, having been elected on the first count in 2014 with over 2,500 first preference votes. Donnchadh is passionate about equality, and the need to tackle poverty and disadvantage in Irish society.

A Law graduate from UCC, Donnchadh is a committed Community Activist, a Scout Leader with the 5th Cork (The Lough) Scouts, a lifelong member of St. Finbarr’s Hurling and Football Club, and serves on the Board of Togher Community Association. He is Chairperson of the Arts, Culture and Languages Committee on Cork County Council.

Donnchadh has previously served as a Political Advisor to Sinn Féin TDs and Senators, and has served numerous terms on the Sinn Féin Ard Chomhairle. He was the National Organiser of Ógra Shinn Féin from 2010-12. A fluent Gaeilgeoir, he is a member of the Board of Foras na Gaeilge.

Statements (108)

Children’s Ombudsman report highlights Coveney’s failed policies – Ó Laoghaire23 May, 2017

Túsla Child Protection & Welfare Strategy ‘a welcome move’ – Ó Laoghaire22 May, 2017

Tánaiste must make Domestic Violence an offence – Ó Laoghaire18 May, 2017

Social Work system ‘a national scandal’ – Ó Laoghaire17 May, 2017

Gardaí must be included in exhumations process at Tuam – Ó Laoghaire16 May, 2017

Mothers being left without income due to Ministerial incompetence – Ó Laoghaire10 May, 2017

Tackling childhood obesity must be a priority for the future – Ó Laoghaire5 May, 2017

Inadequate Tusla staffing ‘a continued cause for concern’ – Ó Laoghaire2 May, 2017

Government dismissal of redress recommendation ‘insulting to survivors’ – Ó Laoghaire11 April, 2017

Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire opens new constituency office in Carrigaline7 April, 2017

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