ARE OLDER PEOPLE BEING TARGETED WE ASK The Minister for Social Protection Éamon Ó Cuív T.D., in response to a question posed to him, responded that he cannot rule out a Budget Cut to the Older Age Pension (State Pension). The Irish Senior Citizens Parliament would remind the Minister that over 50% of Older People are dependent on […]
In the Liberty Hall Theatre & Conference Centre on Friday 21 May from 12.00 noon sharp to 3.15pm. This Special Delegate Meeting will provide the Parliament’s 400 affiliated member organisations an opportunity to consider affiliation / membership fees.
The Irish Senior Citizens Parliament has issued a special “News in Brief” focusing on its Annual Parliament Meeting, 2010. Click here: News in Brief April 2010 to view / download the newsletter (pdf format, 1Mb).
Two members of the first Executive of the Irish Senior Citizens Parliament were honoured at APM 2010. Emer Cosgrave and Jim Eadie (pictured) were thanked for their dedication and vision in helping set up the Parliament in 1996, following on from the European Year of Older People three years earlier and for their service on […]
The Irish Senior Citizens Parliament is extremely concerned at the reports that the measures contained in the Draft HSE Service Plan could have a detrimental impact on the lives and well being of Older People availing of home help services. We are calling on the HSE to come out NOW and tell us and Older […]
Two Emergency Motions were passed at the APM. The first motion called on the Government to address without delay the current dispute in the public services due to the effect it was having on Older People in relation to pensions and other social and medical services. This motion was proposed by the Finglas Division of the ISCP […]
The following Officers and Executive Committee were elected at the Annual Parliament Meeting to serve for the coming year. President: Peter Campbell Vice-President: Ena O’Mahoney Hon. Secretary:Evelyn Moran Treasurer: Nell Foley Trustees: John Tierney, John J. McLoughlin Executive Committee Members: Jim Cousins, Anthony Gilligan, Henry Harding, Barney Hartnett, Joe Jennings, Ignatius Martin, Patrick Morgan, John F. […]