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Kathleen Funchion - Junior Spokesperson on Children & Youth Affairs (with special responsibility for Childcare)

Kathleen Funchion is your Sinn Féin TD for Carlow and Kilkenny. She is 33 years old and has 2 young sons. Kathleen was elected to Kilkenny Borough Council in 2009; she was the first Sinn Féin representative to be elected in Kilkenny since 1923.

Having obtained a first class honours degree in sociology and a post graduate qualification in employment law, Kathleen, who comes from a trade union background, works with SIPTU as a workers rights advocate.

Over the past number of years Kathleen has been active working with individuals, families and residents associations on various issues. She has seen first-hand the devastating impact that the budget cuts have had on families and believes it is important for ordinary working people to have their voice and interests represented at national government level. This is why Kathleen became active in Sinn Féin and why she is standing for election. Kathleen believes that the people of Carlow and Kilkenny deserve a brighter future.

Carlow
Dublin Street,
Carlow
0599138023   
email [email protected]

Kilkenny
Suite 11,
Third Floor,
Lower New Street,
Kilkenny
0567764730
email. [email protected]

Statements (85)

First detailed report on potential impact of Brexit on the Good Friday Agreement launched today – Funchion22 June, 2017

Leo’s “no government for Irish women” slammed by Sinn Féin20 June, 2017

Chair of  Oireachtas GFA Committee Kathleen Funchion welcomes newly elected MPs to Leinster House15 June, 2017

Amber Kilkenny Women’s Refuge lack of capacity ‘another example of Government failing women and children’ – Funchion31 May, 2017

Legitimacy and reputation of Caranua in question unless immediate reforms take place – Funchion24 May, 2017

Funchion meets ‘Early Years’ workers and visits childcare and youth services in Longford23 May, 2017

Extension of voting rights for Irish citizens in presidential elections could potentially pave way for other elections – Funchion18 May, 2017

Sinn Féin’s Kathleen Funchion meets Britain’s Prince Charles11 May, 2017

Early Years Strategy is crucial for Early Years sector development and reform – Funchion9 May, 2017

Passing of Sinn Féin Dáil motion brings new hope for the improvement of our maternity services – Funchion4 May, 2017

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