The Joint Committee on European Union Affairs
The European Affairs Committee plays a key role in informing debate on the European Union in Ireland by fully considering important EU developments and initiatives affecting Ireland, ensuring that EU legislation and proposals are properly scrutinised and in holding the Government to account in Ireland’s relations with Europe.
The Committee also regularly engages with EU institutions to monitor and influence the political and strategic direction of the Union as a whole. View Committee's Orders of Reference and current Work Programme 2014 .
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What's on this week
The Joint Committee on European Union Affairs will meet on Tuesday 17th February 2015 at 2.00pm in Committee Room 1, LH 2000, to discuss:
United Kingdom: Possible Exit from the European Union (commonly referred to as 'BrExit'): The ' Four Freedoms' & Ireland/UK Economic Interdependence [Mr. Steve Aiken, former Chief Executive of British-Irish Chamber of Commerece; Mr. Alan Matthews, Professor Emeritus of European Agricultural Policy in the Department of Economics, Trinity College Dublin; Ms. Siobhan Mullally, Professor of Law and Director of the Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights; Mr. Dáithi Ó Ceallaigh, Director of Corporate Affairs, The Institute of International and European Affairs]]
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