The Committee for Culture, Arts and Leisure will meet at 10.00am on Thursday 13 March in the Senate Chamber, Parliament Buildings.
Officials from the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL) will brief the Committee on the Northern Ireland Audit Office’s reports on DCAL’s Management of Capital Projects and Sport NI’s Oversight and Project Management of the St. Colman’s Project.
The Committee will be briefed by the NI Assembly Research and Information Service (RaISe) on Coaching Badges.
The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), Irish Football Association (IFA) and the Irish Rugby Football Association (IRFU) will jointly brief the Committee about their work to tackle social exclusion and poverty in each of their respective sports.
Forthcoming business will be published in the Business Diary.
Committee Launches Report Into Gaps In Child Protection and Safeguard
The Assembly Committee for Culture, Arts and Leisure has just launched its report into gaps in child protection and safeguarding across the Culture, Arts and Leisure remit.
The Committee agreed to conduct an investigation following a briefing from the Sport NI's Child Protection and Sport Unit, an organisation that has spearheaded policy to make participation in sport safer for young people.