12 September 2022 in the Assembly Chamber Northern Ireland Assembly Members gathered to pay tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Tributes concluded with a minute’s silence. You can read the transcript of proceedings on the Assembly website. With Sign Language in BSL With Sign Language in ISL
https://youtu.be/_e9fvPapt8Y The Assembly sat on Wednesday 3 August 2022. Subtitles/closed captions are used where an English translation of Irish spoken in the Chamber is needed. If you want to watch sessions with translated audio please use this link. Read the Official Report by following this link.
The Assembly met on 30 May 2022. Timings of business: 00:02:10 Election of Speaker and Deputy Speakers You can read the Official Report (Hansard) for this recall by following this link.
The Committee for the Executive Office met on Wednesday 23 March 2022. View Agenda
That this Assembly endorses the report of the Committee for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs on the challenges women experience in the local agriculture sector (NIA 180/17- 22); recognises the practical, social and cultural barriers which women face in the industry; acknowledges the crucial and valuable role that women play in running farms and agri-… Continue Reading Motion: Challenges Experienced by Women in the Local Agricultural Sector
With BSL and ISL https://youtu.be/Fbt3-0Ng_z8?t=2051 MLAs met today in the Assembly Chamber to pay tribute to the late Christopher Stalford MLA. Proceedings were live signed in both British Sign Language and Irish Sign Language and subtitles will be available soon.
Motion for debate “That this Assembly expresses its support for keeping schools open and operating in a manner that is safe for pupils, parents, teachers and staff; further expresses serious concern at the lack of planning by the Minister of Education to ensure the safe reopening of schools in the context of the increased transmissibility… Continue Reading Assembly Recall on COVID-19 Issues in Schools on 10 January 2022
Read the Official Report (Hansard) of the debate on this link. Read the Bill on the Assembly website on this link.
The deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill made a statement to the Assembly on behalf of the Executive Office on ‘Mother and Baby Institutions, Magdalene Laundries and Workhouses in Northern Ireland – Truth, Acknowledgement and Accountability’. You can view the Official Report of the statement and questions from MLAs following the statement, by following this link.