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[Archive 31st Dáil] Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation

This Committee plays a key role in providing a meaningful input into legislation and policy and informing debate on the creation and retention of jobs and promoting enterprise and innovation. The Committee is interested in highlighting possible new creative solutions in order to build on progress and to reinforce ongoing efforts to deal in economic recovery and renewal.  The Committee is particularly interested in finding new ways to promote job creation and activation measures targeted at the young unemployed and long term unemployed.

 

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What's on this week

The 31st Dáil was dissolved on 3 February 2016. The Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation adjourned on Tuesday 26 January 2016 sine die.

 

News from the Committee

28 January 16
Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Committee meet with Northern Ireland Assembly Counterparts

28 January 16
Moving towards an All-Island Economy – A Report from the Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Committee

25 January 16
Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation Committee to discuss the impact and opportunities of TTIP

 

This Committee was established on 12 June 2012. It assumed relevant responsibilities from the Joint Committee on Jobs, Social Protection and Education.

The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation visited the NI Assembly Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment on Monday, 3 November 2014. The two Committees heard from the Centre for Cross Border Studies and InterTradeIreland. The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation visited the NI Assembly Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment yesterday, 3 November 2014. The two Committees heard from the Centre for Cross Border Studies and InterTradeIreland.