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YFG & Fine Gael LGBT call for pardon and state apology for those convicted of historical homosexual offences

Ireland has made huge strides towards equality since homosexuality was decriminalised in 1993, especially in the last few years. However, there is still a way to go. Many people who were convicted of homosexuality prior to 1993 still carry this conviction today. Therefore, Young Fine Gael, along with Fine Gael LGBT, is calling on the Minister for J...
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#YFG15 Resolution - A review on the present quotas enforced on young fishermen.

Resolution -A review on the present quotas enforced on young fishermen.Presented to Young Fine Gael National Conference on March 7th 2015Presented by Beara Young Fine Gael, Co. Cork Policy Proposed:"Beara YFG proposes that an incentive be given to young fishermen under 35 by introducing a 'Days at Sea' policy as a substitute for the current policy...
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#YFG15 Resolution - Improving Migrant Participation in Local, European & General Elections in Ireland

Improving Migrant Participation in Local, European & General Elections in IrelandPresented by: Wicklow & Dublin Bay North YFG to the 2015 YFG National Conference on Sunday March 8th Recognising:• That, according to a Central Statistics Office (CSO) Report, there was a 6% increase in the number of immigrants arriving in Ireland between Apri...
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#YFG Resolution - Supporting the negotiations to establish a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.

Resolution: Supporting the negotiations to establish a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.YFG National Conference, Limerick 2015 Proposed by the YFG International Committee on Saturday March 7th Recognising that: Negotiations between the European Union and the United States on a transatlantic free trade agreement began in 2013 and ...
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#YFG15 Resolution - An Increase In The Minimum Wage to €9.35

Resolution:An Increase In The Minimum Wage to €9.35Presented at the Young Fine Gael National Conference, Limerick, March 2015 Proposed by the General Richard Mulcahy Branch on Saturday March 7th Recognising: That since the year 2000, the base rate of the minimum rate has remained static - bar a brief period where Fianna Fáil took the unprecede...
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