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Seán Crowe TD


Seán Crowe TD

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Seán Crowe - Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, EU, Brexit and Defence

A lifelong Republican and community activist, Seán Crowe is originally from Rathfarnham and has lived in Tallaght with his wife Pamela since 1988.

Seán was Secretary of the Sinn Féin delegation to the Forum for Peace and Reconciliation in Dublin Castle, which predated the Good Friday Agreement negotiations. He also represented Sinn Féin in the multi-party negotiations that led to the Good Friday Agreement and has travelled internationally to promote the party’s peace and reconciliation strategy.

Very much a ‘hands on’ politician, Seán is proud of his decades of hard work on behalf of his constituents and their families. A board member of St. Dominic’s Contact Centre and Greenhills College, he is currently the Chair of the Fettercairn Community Enterprise Company, which helps promote local employment.

Seán is also an active member of the Dublin Bus/Luas Community Forum, the Tallaght Hospital Action Group, the South Dublin Joint Policing Committee and the Tallaght Drugs Task Force, as well as being a member of SIPTU.

Portfolio: Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs and Trade with special responsibility for International Affairs & Outreach

Oireachtas Commitees: Joint Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade; Joint Oireachtas Committee on European Affairs; and, Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement. Seán is also a member of the British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly.

Statements (721)

Law on school absence should cover five-year-olds: Crowe31 August, 2011

Dublin broadband enhancement plans welcomed29 August, 2011

Education minister must force publishers to reduce prices – Deputy Seán Crowe29 August, 2011

Back to School Allowance delays must be tackled – Seán Crowe, TD29 August, 2011

Six week backlog for Back-to-School allowance applications unacceptable – Crowe24 August, 2011

Demand for Irish courses at University highlights the importance of our native language – Deputy Seán Crowe24 August, 2011

No reduction evident in back to school costs says Deputy Seán Crowe24 August, 2011

Government failure to create jobs leaves little option for leaving cert students – Crowe16 August, 2011

Crowe calls on council to abandon controversial plans for Bohernabreena Graves15 August, 2011

Crowe urges calm and support ahead of Leaving Cert results15 August, 2011

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