Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement.
This Committee plays an important role in informing debate on key areas of mutual interest such as North/South economic co-operation. The Committee works across a number of key areas, which include:
- Reconciliation Issues - including Outreach to Disadvantaged Communities
- Commemoration Issues - including consideration of significant anniversaries arising over the next decade. e.g. Ulster Covenant; 1916 etc.
- North-South Co-Operation across Sectoral Areas - e.g. Health, Transport, Education, Agriculture, Tourism & Culture etc.
- Funding Programmes e.g. PEACE, Reconciliation Fund, International Fund forIreland; funding of Glencree Reconciliation Centre etc.
The Committee, in which MPs from Northern Ireland have speaking rights, offers an opportunity to foster better links and dialogue between parliamentarians from both sides of the border.
What's on this week
The next meeting of the Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement will be on Thursday, 2 April at 10:15 a.m. in CR4 LH2000.
Outcome of the All Party Talks on Northern Ireland and the resulting Stormont House Agreement [Mr. Charlie Flanagan T.D., Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade]
News from the Committee
9 March 15
Good Friday Committee Chairman pays tribute to James Molyneaux
5 March 15
British and Irish parliamentarians lend support to all-island RWC 2023 bid
5 February 15
Good Friday Committee presses Minister on North/South road links
View older Committee press releases.
In February 2014, the Committee travelled to Derry for a series of meetings with community and cultural groups. The Committee are pictured here outside the Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin in the city, following a meeting which touched on the lasting positive legacy on community relations of the hosting of Fleadh Ceoil na hÉireann in 2013.