Culture, Arts and Leisure
Welcome to the Home Page of the Committee for Culture, Arts and Leisure. The committee was established to advise and assist the Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure, Carál Nί Chuilίn MLA, on matters within her responsibility as a Minister. The committee undertakes a scrutiny,policy development and consultation role with respect to the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure and plays a key role in the consideration and development of legislation. The Committee Chairperson is Mr Nelson McCausland MLA.
Here you will find information about the Committee membership and the work of the Committee.
This week the Committee for Culture, Arts and Leisure will be briefed by officials from Belfast City Council as part of the Casement Park inquiry.
Forthcoming business will be published in the Business Diary.
Contact the Committee
Committee Clerk: Peter Hall
Room 373,Parliament Buildings,
Belfast, BT4 3XX
Tel: (028) 9052 1718
CAL Committee welcomes BBC Director General
CAL Committee Chairperson Nelson McCausland and Members welcomes the BBC Director General, Lord Hall of Birkenhead and Peter Johnston, Director of BBC Northern Ireland to Parliament Buildings. Pictured are from left (1st row): Karen McKevitt MLA; Lord Birkenhead, Director General, BBC; Committee Chairperson Nelson McCausland MLA; Rosie McSorley MLA. From left (2nd row): MLAs Cathal hOisin; Basil McCrea; William Humphrey, and Peter Johnston, Director of BBC Northern Ireland.
Inquiry into the Creative Industries
Clear branding, leadership and collaboration will help to provide a boost to the Creative Industries in Northern Ireland. That is the message from the Committee for Culture, Arts and Leisure in its report that will be published today on maximising the potential of the Creative Industries.
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.