Notices and Announcements
PROPOSED ALL PARTY GROUP ON ORGAN DONATION
A meeting to discuss the formation of an All-Party Group on Organ Donation, and to elect office bearers to the proposed group, has been arranged to take place on Monday, 25 February 2013 at 1.30pm in Room 29
All Members are welcome to attend.
For further information please contact Arlene McDermott on 02890 269666 or by email email@example.com.
ALL PARTY GROUP ON DISABILITY - REVISED TIMINGS
The next meeting will take place on Tuesday 26 February 2013 from 10.15am – 12.15pm* in Room 29, Parliament Buildings.
*Please note change in time.
Refreshments will be provided.
For further information please contact Aisling Twomey on 02890 521319 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE ALL PARTY GROUP ON TOURISM
An Annual General Meeting of the All Party Group on Tourism, to carry out the annual election of office bearers has been arranged to take place on Tuesday 19 March 2013 at 12.30pm in Room 315.
At this meeting MLAs will also have an opportunity to register their membership.
Please notify your attendance to David.email@example.com by Thursday 14 March 2013.
ASSEMBLY EXTRA REVIEW
The Communications Office is undertaking a review of Assembly Extra.
Assembly Extra was launched in April 2012 as the new web-based programme developed by the Assembly’s Communications and Broadcast teams. It is a mix of features, interviews and behind the scenes insights into the workings of the Assembly.
If you’re in Parliament Buildings, you can watch Assembly Extra on the internal TV system (NIATV). If watching it at home, visit http://nia1.me/extra.
We would be grateful if you could take some time to give us your feedback by filling out a survey, located at
If you have questions in relation to the review, please do not hesitate to contact the Communications Office on 028 90 525938.
“THE WORST PLACE IN THE WORLD TO BE A WOMAN”
As part of International Women’s Day, Salome Ntububa, Christian Aid's Humanitarian Manager for Central Africa, will visit Stormont on 25 February, to raise awareness surrounding the issues of violence against women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Her visit will take place in Room 115, from 12:30-2pm.
Fighting and insecurity in DRC are undermining and complicating the protection of civilians and humanitarian access to meet growing needs. The latest crisis, centred on the east of the country, is exacerbating an already appalling humanitarian situation. As so often happens, women find themselves even more vulnerable at times of conflict.
Lunch will be provided and all Members are very welcome.
The attendance of female MLAs is particularly encouraged.
Please rsvp by Friday 22 February to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 028 9033 0811 and inform us of any dietary requirements.