Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Questions (123)

Billy Kelleher


123. Deputy Billy Kelleher asked the Taoiseach if his Department has agreed a set of priority information campaigns in 2018; the subject of such campaigns to be undertaken by his Department; and the funding allocated for such campaigns. [9973/18]

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Written answers (Question to Taoiseach)

The Strategic Communications Unit in my Department has worked with Government Departments, Ministers and Senior Officials to agree a set of priority information campaigns. The list is outlined below. Other campaigns may be run throughout the year if the requirement arises.

Funding for each campaign will be determined at the planning stage for the campaign.

Government Approved Priority Campaigns:

Agreed Priority Campaigns

Budget Year Process

10 Year National Development Plan

Public Service Reform

Public Services Card

Rebuilding Ireland

National Planning Framework

10 Year National Development Plan

Sustainable Growth e.g. Water Quality and Conservation


Innovation Ireland

Regional Jobs

Healthy Ireland

Children’s Hospital

Sláinte Care Vision

Brexit/EU Future

Global Ireland/St Patrick’s Day

Consular Services

Good Friday Agreement 20th anniversary

Creative Ireland

Bliain na Gaeilge

Pensions Consultations

Benefits Awareness


Campaign for Rural Action Plan


Global Ireland

Food Safety

Climate Change and Sustainability

Bord Bia/Agri food

Winter Ready

Education Action Plan

Connecting Ireland e.g. Broadband

Sustainable Growth (incl. Climate Action/Energy)

Sports Capital/Indoor Arena/National Sports Policy

Greenways Strategy

Transport Infrastructure

Gardaí and Safe Society

Domestic Violence

Migrant Integration

Affordable Childcare

Early Years Strategy

Adoption Information