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Motion TypeMotionTabled DateTablers
Private Members' Motion Cost of Living Crisis

That this Assembly recognises the huge burden on workers and families as a result of the cost of living crisis; notes that the average annual gas bill has more than doubled over the past year, while electricity, oil and fuel prices have also soared; further recognises the impact on businesses of soaring energy and material costs which put jobs at risk; calls for the immediate formation of an Executive in order to allocate the £334 million funding, putting money into the pockets of workers, families, businesses and farmers, and for a budget to be agreed; and further calls on the British government to take meaningful action to help those struggling with rising costs, by placing a windfall tax on big energy corporations profiting from this crisis with funding redirected towards supports, and by cutting fuel duty and VAT on energy and fuel for the duration of this crisis.
17/05/2022Dr Caoimhe Archibald; Mr John O'Dowd; Mrs Ciara Ferguson
Private Members' Motion Funding our Health Service

That this Assembly notes with grave concern the increasing pressures across our healthcare system; further notes the growing waiting lists for services, the impact on patients and their families, and the pressures on staff; recognises the limitations of single year budgets for the provision and planning of services; further recognises the chronic shortage of health and social care workers and the impact this is having on services; welcomes the cross-party commitment to prioritise health; further welcomes the draft multi-year budget committing an extra £1 billion to health, including funding for the Cancer Strategy, the Mental Health Strategy and Elective Care Framework; urges all parties to fulfil their commitment to the rebuilding and transformation of health services, by re-establishing the Executive, agreeing a multi-year budget and providing essential support for health and social care staff through the cost of living crisis.
17/05/2022Mr Colm Gildernew; Miss Órlaithí Flynn; Ms Carál Ní Chuilín
Private Members' Motion United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

That this Assembly is committed to achieving an inclusive society that values the contribution and supports the full participation of people with disabilities; acknowledges the right of people with disabilities to live independently, to work and to socialise; recognises the diversity of disabilities that exist within our society; further recognises that, without a Bill of Rights, without an Equality Act, and with the loss of EU protections, people with disabilities suffer from vast inequalities and struggle with the lack of accessibility in public spaces; recognises that the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the extent of this inequality; accepts that Executive Departments must identify and mitigate adverse impacts on people with disabilities when making policies; further acknowledges the need for data from Departments to be disaggregated by Section 75 characteristics; supports the incorporation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities into local legislation to tackle these inequalities; and calls on an incoming Executive to ensure, as a matter of urgency, the incorporation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities into local legislation.
17/05/2022Mr Pádraig Delargy; Miss Órlaithí Flynn; Ms Emma Sheerin
Private Members' Motion Tackling Hate Crime

That this Assembly recognises that existing hate crime legislation is outdated and not fit for purpose, and that its implementation has failed victims, communities and society; notes the most recent PSNI statistics demonstrating a year-on-year increase in racist, sectarian, homophobic, transphobic, disability, and religious incidents and crimes; commends the independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation carried out by Judge Desmond Marrinan; further notes previous political commitments in Together: Building a United Community and New Decade, New Approach to tackle sectarianism, to define sectarianism in law and to give sectarianism legal expression as a hate crime; is committed to achieving a society that is diverse, inclusive, based on equality and respect, and free from discrimination; and calls for the immediate restoration of the Executive to allow a new Minister of Justice to introduce, as a priority, a hate crime bill based on international best practice to implement a new model of hate crime, a new statutory definition of sectarianism recognising sectarianism as a hate crime, and new offences to tackle misogyny.
16/05/2022Miss Aisling Reilly; Mrs Cathy Mason; Mr Pádraig Delargy
Private Members' Motion Women's Health Strategy

That this Assembly calls on the Minister of Health, working with his Executive colleagues, to bring forward, as a priority, a fully-budgeted Women’s Health Strategy that supports women through every stage of their lives, and is focused on education and awareness raising, screening and earlier diagnosis, and support services and care pathways; and further calls on the Minister and his Executive colleagues to include in this strategy a menopause clinic, earlier gynaecological cancer screening, a framework of support relating to fertility, birth control, pregnancy, baby loss and post-natal healthcare, an emphasis on menstrual health including long-term specialist support for endometriosis, and plans to tackle health inequalities experienced by women from different socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds.
16/05/2022Ms Paula Bradshaw; Mrs Naomi Long; Ms Kellie Armstrong; Miss Nuala McAllister; Ms Sorcha Eastwood; Ms Kate Nicholl; Ms Connie Egan; Dr Patricia O'Lynn

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