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Jemma Dolan

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Jemma Dolan is the Employment and Workers Rights Spokesperson for Sinn Féin in the Assembly and MLA for Fermanagh-South Tyrone.

Jemma graduated from the University of Ulster in 2012 with a BA Hons in Media Studies with Psychology and went on to be elected as Vice President for Campaigns and Communications for the University of Ulster Students’ Union.

During these two years, Jemma gained valuable experience of working with those from all communities and won all-island awards for her mental health campaigns.

Before being elected as an MLA for the first time in 2017, Jemma worked for Sinn Féin in Fermanagh and in the EU Parliament as a Press Officer.

Representing a rural, border constituency and having grown up on a farm, Jemma is keen to address regional imbalance and inequality as well as the negative impact of partition.

Jemma is involved in many aspects of her community and is a member of her local GAA club, Erne Gaels.

Name: Jemma Dolan

Constituency: Fermanagh South Tyrone

Portfolio: Spokesperson on Employment and Workers Rights

Oireachtas/Stormont/EU Committees:  Finance Committee, Justice Committee, Assembly Womens’ Caucus

Twitter account : www.twitter.com/jemma_dolan
Facebook account: www.facebook.com/JemmaDolanMLA

Contact details

Constituency Office:
7 Market Street, Enniksillen, Co.Fermanagh. BT74 7DS 
Tel: 028 66 328 214

Email: [email protected]

Stormont contact:

Tel: 028 905 21671

Statements (50)

Dolan welcomes NIPSA endorsement of the Irish Language7 June, 2021

Dolan to bring motion calling for extension of EU settlement scheme1 June, 2021

Dolan welcomes decision to proceed on A4 Enniskillen bypass11 May, 2021

Workers' rights must be protected while on furlough - Dolan10 May, 2021

Zero-Hour Contracts should be banned – Dolan1 May, 2021

Dolan calls for people to support minute's silence for Workers' Memorial Day27 April, 2021

Sinn Féin opposes DAERA Minister's attempts to abolish the Agricultural Wages Board13 April, 2021

Gender pay gap must be eradicated - Dolan8 March, 2021

Dolan welcomes trade unionists' contribution to discussion on Irish unity2 March, 2021

Delays in employment tribunals must be resolved - Dolan18 February, 2021

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