APN 66 - 16/21: NI Hospice Lights to Remember Appeal / BIC Summit Meeting / APG on Domestic Violence
NI Hospice Lights to Remember Appeal
Northern Ireland Hospice's Lights to Remember campaign was established almost 30 years ago. The aim of the appeal is to support bereaved families at Christmas time as well as helping to secure funds for hospice care the following year. The tree positioned in the front of Stormont Buildings has been dedicated to the NI Hospice in support of this campaign.
Representatives from the NI Hospice will be in the Great Hall on Tuesday 6 December 2016 from 10.00am-11.00am. Members will have an opportunity to meet with representatives during their visit to Parliament Buildings and have a photograph taken in support of this appeal.
British-Irish Council Summit Meeting
The Speaker has received notification from the First Minister and deputy First Minister, in accordance with section 52A (1) of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 (as amended), that a British-Irish Council Demography Ministerial meeting will be held in Edinburgh on Friday 9 December 2016.
The following Ministers will be attending the meeting;
Minister Givan MLA; and
Junior Minister Fearon MLA.
The agenda for the meeting is as follows:
BIC Demography Ministerial Meeting, Edinburgh
9 December 2016
1. Welcome and introductions
2. Work sector report: POPULATION-AGEING-SOCIETY: POLICY IMPLICATIONS
3. Rapid Reflection session
4. Ministerial roundtable discussion
5. Work sector business: concluding the work of the sector
6. Any Other Business
All Party Group on Domestic Violence
A meeting of the All Party Group on Domestic Violence has been arranged to take place on Tuesday 24th January 2017 at 1pm Room 315 Parliament Buildings.
All Members are welcome to attend.
For further information please contact Rosemary Magill MBE on 028 2563 2136 or email email@example.com