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Sargent, Trevor

Thursday, 28 March 1996

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 463 Nbr. 5

White Paper on Foreign Policy: Statements (Resumed).

Tá cuma ar an scéal anois go mbeidh orm stopadh taobh istigh de chúig nóiméad ach ba mhaith liom a fháil amach chomh luath agus is féidir cé ...More Button

In contributing to the debate on the White Paper on Foreign Policy, the view of the Green Party — An Comhaontas Glas — is informed by the Green philosophy of thinking globally, acting l...More Button

In wishing to present Ireland to the world in a good light, it would be desirable to lavish praise on the White Paper but, regrettably, the Government has made this impossible, for at least three r...More Button

I will attempt to analyse constructively each core section of the document beginning with the introduction in which the Tánaiste claims he wants the Irish people to feel a sense of ownershi...More Button

Debate adjourned.More Button

Written Answers. - Schools' Security Levels.

Asked the Minister for Education: the safety procedures, if any, she intends to introduce to all schools to counteract violent attacks on pupils and teachers.More Button

Written Answers. - Swords (Dublin) School.

Asked the Minister for Education: the progress, if any, being made for Coláiste Choilm, Swords, County Dublin to be included in the capital programme with a view to building a new school in view of the dilapidated condition ...More Button

Written Answers. - Arts Projects Assessment.

Asked the Minister for Education: if she will consider local centre assessment of art projects in view of the fact that this is already being done in the oral/aural language examinations; and his views on whether this is a more log...More Button

Written Answers. - Supervision of Pupils.

Asked the Minister for Education: the plans, if any, she has for the supervision of pupils when classes are split-up due to the unavailability of substitute cover for certified sick leave staff absences.More Button

Written Answers. - Classes of Disturbed Children.

Asked the Minister for Education: if she intends to set up special classes and/or units for socially maladjusted and/or emotionally disturbed pupils who cannot operate in mainstream classes without seriously disrupting the educatio...More Button

Written Answers. - Colleges of Education Intake.

Asked the Minister for Education: the increase, if any, in the intake to colleges of education she envisages for the academic year 1996-97 to provide for the current qualified substitute cover requirement.More Button