Committee for Communities

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The Committee for Communities is a Northern Ireland Assembly committee established to advise, assist and scrutinise the work of the Department for Communities and Minister for Social Development (currently Nelson McCausland). The committee also plays a key role in the consultation, consideration and development of new social development legislation.[1]

Until 2016, the committee was called the Committee for Social Development.

Membership[edit]

Party Member
Alliance Naomi Long
DUP Jonathan Bell
DUP Adrian McQuillan
DUP Christopher Stalford
Green (NI) Steven Agnew
Sinn Féin Michelle Gildernew (Deputy Chairperson)
Sinn Féin Fra McCann
Sinn Féin Carál Ní Chuilín
SDLP Colum Eastwood (Chairperson)
SDLP Nichola Mallon
UUP Andy Allen

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Social Development Committee - niassembly.gov.uk, URL accessed 25 November 2008.

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