Archive for : February, 2014

General Affairs Council blog

12th February, 2014

On Monday evening, I headed to Brussels for the General Affairs Council (GAC), which was taking place the following day. That night, I represented......

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Week’s events: Focus Ireland, Show Racism the Red Card, Oir Comm on EU Affairs & Berlin

8th February, 2014

Another busy week just passed. Monday was spent out meeting local residents in Avondale House and North Strand with Patrick Martin and Cllr. Ray......

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Berlin blog

8th February, 2014

This week I travelled to Berlin to meet, for the first time, the newly elected Minister for European Affairs, Michael Roth, following the formation......

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Enabling all voices to be heard will ensure continued durability of EU

7th February, 2014

Speaking at an address to the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) in Berlin today (Friday), Minister for European Affairs, Paschal Donohoe TD, said enabling all......

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Address by the Minister for European Affairs, Paschal Donohoe TD to the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin

7th February, 2014

Ireland – a committed member of the European Union: In the early 1950s, Heinrich Boll, travelled to Ireland; a trip which inspired his book,......

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Minister Donohoe encourages more engagement by Unionist MLAs with Dáil Eireann

6th February, 2014

Minister for European Affairs, Paschal Donohoe T.D., this afternoon (Wednesday) encouraged a greater level of engagement by Northern Ireland Unionist MLAs with members of......

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Week’s events: EU Jobs Campaign, Phibsborough Local Area Plan & Sarajevo

1st February, 2014

This week saw another packed agenda, both at home and abroad. On Monday, I met with the residents of the Annamoe district in Cabra......

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Blog from Bosnia

1st February, 2014

In recent years Sarajevo has moved from being a city ravaged by war, conflict and devastation, to a busting hub with a large student......

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