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Companies (Protection of Employees' Rights in Liquidations) Bill 2021: Second Stage [Private Members] (12 May 2021)

Gary Gannon: ...virtue of its own arrogance, the Government was correct. Now, 400 days along the line, things have changed but for the worse for the workers on the picket lines. This discussion of the Companies (Protection of Employees’ Rights in Liquidations) Bill 2021, introduced by Deputy Barry, marks nearly 400 days of strike action by the Debenhams workers. During the pandemic, we were...

Europe Day: Statements (11 May 2021) See 1 other result from this debate

Marc Ó Cathasaigh: ...issues has often come at the insistence of Europe rather than through leadership on our own part from this House. I refer, for example, to the water framework directive and the general data protection regulation, GDPR, which is among the most important and robust EU legislation in the last decade. We have also known peace here in our own country and across the EU and have...

Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (11 May 2021)

Tim Lombard: ...route for housing development and for economically sustained development. The dairy industry and the agricultural food industry should be a part of any such Bill. We amended it before for data centres. We should now look at amending it again to incorporate the food industry. It is one of the primary parts of our society which directly employs 10% of our economy. Vast parts of my area...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Children and Youth Affairs: Children's Unmet Needs: Engagement with Minister of State at the Department of Health (Resumed) (11 May 2021)

Mary Seery Kearney: ...we engage with attend Beechpark in Tallaght. Is the centre closing or moving to the primary care centre? That is important. One of the recommendations in the report is the creation of the database of assessment of needs. Clearly, that is well under way. There was a meeting recently regarding the biggest offenders of data protection breaches. The same five groups are at the top of...

Seanad: Nithe i dtosach suíonna - Commencement Matters: Closed-Circuit Television Systems (10 May 2021)

Josepha Madigan: ...framework requires that any proposed community CCTV scheme must, first, be approved by the local joint policing committee, second, have the prior support of the relevant local authority, which must also act as data controller, and, third, have the authorisation of the Garda Commissioner. This is the legal basis for all community CCTV schemes regardless of how they are funded. These key...

Seanad Committee on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union: Customs Checks and Trade Flows in and out of Irish Ports: Discussion (10 May 2021)

...in Ireland. When paperwork or physical checks are necessary on arrival, we can optimise the efficiency of procedures. The system also provides a direct channel of communication with the haulage sector, reuses data in as far as is possible, and gives visibility to all stakeholders at each step of the process before, during and after the ferry journey. Revenue appreciates the challenges...

Seanad: European Digital Green Certificate: Statements (7 May 2021) See 2 other results from this debate

Sharon Keogan: ...enjoy. Ireland is not a paper-carrying country nor in my considered view should it ever become one. On a cautionary note, we do not want see the introduction of any type of health passport, health database or ID card by stealth. When a new power, technology or something like this is introduced, there is almost always function creep. History tells us to be careful about sleepwalking into...

Seanad: Education (Leaving Certificate Examinations) (Accredited Grades) Bill 2021: Second Stage (7 May 2021) See 2 other results from this debate

Norma Foley: ..., this challenge has been heightened for our students who have missed out on important rites of passage and have sacrificed time with their friends, playing sport, working in part-time jobs, and so much more in order to protect their loved ones and indeed broader society. For many of these students the continued operation of school has been a source of routine and stability of great...

Covid-19 Vaccination Programme: Statements (6 May 2021)

Stephen Donnelly: ...that pregnant women should be offered an mRNA vaccine between 14 and 36 weeks following an individual benefit-risk discussion with their obstetric caregiver. While there are currently no data published from clinical trials specifically evaluating the EMA-approved Covid-19 vaccines in pregnant and breastfeeding women, there are ongoing clinical trials. There have been no specific safety...

Written Answers — Department of Finance: Wage Subsidy Scheme (6 May 2021)

Paschal Donohoe: ...for 2020 available to all PAYE taxpayers through the online myAccount facility, including those who received TWSS payments and Pandemic Unemployment Payments (PUP) from the Department of Social Protection. The statement provides employees with a preliminary calculation of their tax position for the year before any additional incomes are declared or additional credits or reliefs are...

Written Answers — Department of Housing, Planning, and Local Government: Housing Assistance Payment (6 May 2021)

Darragh O'Brien: ...with the relevant local authority. Local authorities report to my Department on numbers of overall inspections carried out and enforcement actions undertaken on a quarterly basis. The most recent data received in respect of the number of inspections of all private rental properties and those with HAP tenancies is set out in the table below: HAP Inspections carried out in...

Written Answers — Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth: Mother and Baby Homes Inquiries (6 May 2021) See 1 other result from this answer

Catherine Connolly: ...Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth the training that has taken place and the other measures that have been put in place to ensure that his officials understand the data protection rights of the persons affected by the archive of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [23424/21]

Social Welfare (Payment Order) (Amendment) Bill 2021: First Stage (5 May 2021)

Claire Kerrane: I move: That leave be granted to introduce a Bill entitled an Act to provide for the extension of the powers of the Liable Relatives Unit of the Department of Social Protection, to make a Determination Order in respect of Jobseekers Transitional Payment to one parent families, to include any necessary application to the District Court for a Payment Order, thus enabling the State to recoup,...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on European Union Affairs: EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Engagement with Mr. Barry Andrews, MEP (5 May 2021)

.... There is a sense that we are a bit light-touch with the large digital platforms we host here, which invest so heavily in Ireland and employ so many people. A lot of attention is drawn to the Data Protection Commissioner. There is a sense that her office could do more and that is compounded by the tax position. We are seen as a problem child as far as the digital space is concerned....

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health: Whistleblower Allegations: Department of Health (5 May 2021) See 16 other results from this debate

...and not by the courts. That is an important point to emphasise. As members will be aware, the allegations previously brought to the Department of Health's attention in February 2020 through a protected disclosure were subject to an independent review by senior counsel. This was completed in November 2020 and published on 21 April last. I have shared a copy of this review with the...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Social Protection: Pre-Budget Submissions: Discussion with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and Family Carers Ireland (5 May 2021) See 3 other results from this debate

...research in 2020 that showed poverty weighs heavily on the public purse, costing the State €4.5 billion per year. This is spending that could be avoided if we invest now in adequate social protection. In that context, we are calling for the social welfare system to progressively realise income adequacy for those using our shared safety net. We propose that the minimum essential...

Joint Committee on Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht: General Scheme of the Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2020: Discussion (Resumed) (5 May 2021) See 18 other results from this debate

Alan Dillon: ...of the general scheme of the online safety and media regulation Bill 2020. This meeting has been convened to hear from representatives from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, BAI, and the Data Protection Commission, DPC. This is the second of our public hearings to discuss the general scheme of the Bill. I welcome the witnesses. They will all be joining the meeting remotely via...

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