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Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

John Lahart: I thank the Minister of State for his reply. I thank my colleagues on the Committee on Budgetary Oversight for their contributions. I would like to emphasise a few of the points that have been made. I ask the Minister of State to remind the Minister that he has not responded to the committee's report. The committee looks forward to his response and to that of the Department of Public...

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Question put and agreed to.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

The Dáil adjourned at at 8.50 p.m. until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 23 October 2018.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Patrick O'Donovan: I acknowledge the presence of the Deputies who stayed for the duration of the debate. No one in the House should have to apologise for being male or female. It is regrettable that when the issue of gender is discussed, whether in this forum or elsewhere, we almost drift into having to apologise for being male rather than advocating, which is our role, for the position of men and women,...

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Declan Breathnach: By way of introduction to the debate and notwithstanding the fact that many people say self praise is no praise, I note as a relatively new member of the House and as the newest member of the Budgetary Oversight Committee how commendable are its staff and members in respect of the work they do. The potential of the committee to look at budgetary and legislative suggestions and ideas excites...

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Bernard Durkan: Thank you, Deputy.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Joan Burton: That is not only very important to families but it has a huge value to society. In monetary terms, we do not tend to try to measure this in our budgeting, although it is very important.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Bernard Durkan: Time, Deputy.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Joan Burton: Whether a person is disabled or pushing a buggy, dished pavements represent a very important civic amenity that helps the person to be able to move around the community. While I welcome the report, we could expand our imaginations, as has been done in many other countries, and I particularly reference Austria-----

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Bernard Durkan: Thank you, Deputy.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Joan Burton: -----to examine gender budgeting and build on what has been done here, which is quite good.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Bernard Durkan: Thank you, Deputy. We have several more speakers.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Joan Burton: We could expand on it to give us a much better picture of the position of women in Irish society.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Richard Boyd Barrett: I commend the Committee on Budgetary Oversight secretariat and the Parliamentary Budget Office for their great work on all of this and the report that was produced in May, in particular the work they have done in trying to advance the cause of equality budgeting and gender budgeting. I commend the Chairman and my fellow committee members for their work. I thank all of the people who...

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

(Interruptions).

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Richard Boyd Barrett: I hope the private conversations can end now. It is a bit outrageous, to be honest.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Bernard Durkan: Order in the House, please.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Patrick O'Donovan: This is not acceptable. We are here for the debate. If Deputy Burton does not want to show a bit of respect, it is regrettable.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Bernard Durkan: I know.

Report on Gender Budgeting: Motion (18 Oct 2018)

Patrick O'Donovan: Sorry, Acting Chairman. Deputy Burton is giving out about the fact it is 8.15 p.m. Then she shows disrespect to Deputy Boyd Barrett and to the House.

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