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# Roderic O'Gorman

Last year
2023
Dáil adopts motion emphasising importance of inward migration, following immigration debate
Tents to be offered to asylum seekers with no accommodation as Govt confirms €75 weekly payment
Minister for Integration says current system is 'not working' and was built for a different era
Ministers to discuss a €75 payment to asylum applicants after accommodation runs out
Living expenses for asylum applicants to be increased if state runs out of accommodation
Human rights watchdog expresses 'deep concern' at possible shortfall in asylum seeker accommodation
'Real possibility' of asylum seeker accommodation shortfall in coming days, Cabinet told
Mother and Baby Home redress scheme won't open until next year, missing 2023 deadline
Women with cancer will be able to defer maternity leave under new legislation
A cut of twenty-five per cent in average creche costs announced for September 2024
Government launches new scheme to give free bedtime story book to all children aged 4 and under
Further doubt cast over 25% childcare cost cut as Tánaiste fails to say if Govt will honour promise
O'Gorman to push hard for significant childcare fee cuts in meeting with Donohoe tomorrow
Excavation of Tuam mother and baby home site one step closer as Advisory Board is chosen
O'Gorman doubles down on need for fee freeze as childcare providers protest at Leinster House
Extra €1b announced for Ukrainian accommodation as Minister confirms tents may be used over winter
Children's minister says three-day strike by childcare providers this week is 'not warranted'
Reports about welfare of children in State care deleted amid GDPR concerns
Minister says Govt 'under real pressure' to accommodate refugees in coming months
Electric Picnic tents for refugees 'can only be a very short term measure', minister says
Minister O'Gorman says he can't rule out future use of tents to house refugees in Ireland
The plan to end Direct Provision by next year is being revised - what's next for the system?
Domestic violence leave will include full pay
Varadkar promises further cut in childcare costs, as minister pushes for another 25% reduction
Conversion therapy practices to carry criminal offence under proposed new ban, says minister
Government able to offer accommodation to newly arrived asylum seekers for first time since January
Student accommodation to house thousands of refugees for second summer
State to pay €1.5m to EU over lack of accommodation for asylum seekers
O'Gorman: 'Disturbing' that anti-immigration protesters are 'wrapping themselves in the tricolour'
Minister says ‘floatels’ are being looked at to house refugees
Taoiseach 'horrified' by burning of refugee tents as ministers to meet gardaí over protests
500 pilot 'baby bundles' to be delivered to new parents this week
High Court rules failure to provide Afghan asylum seeker with accomodation was 'unlawful'
Hiqa to begin inspections of Direct Provision centres this year after campaign by rights groups
Tourist season set to take 1,300 beds from system housing refugees
Rate of pay for domestic violence leave should be worked out by end of summer, says minister
Minister tells Grace case inquiry it is 'imperative' it completes report within 12 months
Roderic O'Gorman speaks out about 'vicious abuse' against LGBT+ community
Opinion: The argument for more ministers? Just look at Roderic O'Gorman's workload
Malcolm Byrne
Government grants yet another year long extension to Grace case inquiry