- Jan 22, 2011
The one-hour debate [pre-recorded at 8pm] airs at 22:00 on TV3 and will be moderated by journalist Vincent Browne. This is followed immediately by the normal #VINB show.
The Minister for Children, Frances Fitzgerald, FG TD, has confirmed that she will participate in next Wednesday’s Children Referendum Debate on TV3 at 22:00. The Minister will be joined in advocating a “Yes” vote by the Chief Executive of Bernardos, Fergus Finlay.
Those arguing in the TV3 debate “Against” the proposed amendment to the constitution are John Waters, columnist of the Irish Times, and former Independent Munster MEP Kathy Sinnott.
The one-hour debate airs at 22:00 on TV3 and will be moderated by journalist Vincent Browne.
Frances Fitzgerald (Irish politician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fergus Finlay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Waters (columnist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kathy Sinnott - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Children's Referendum | Home
Children's Referendum | Children's Rights Alliance
Referendum on children's rights - The Irish Times - Sat, Oct 27, 2012
Concern for adoption after children's referendum unfounded, says Minister - The Irish Times - Thu, Oct 25, 2012
Separate Children's Referendum campaigns launched - RT News
Children’s referendum challenge to be heard next week - Courts, National News - Independent.ie
This is followed immediately by the normal #VINB show which will be a Discussion on the Debate
Details will be listed when received.
Richard Boyd Barrett, ULA TD Dun Laoghaire http://richardboydbarrett.ie/
Eamon Delaney, Columnist
Charlie Weston, Financial Journalist
Tina McVeigh, CAHWT http://www.swp.ie/content/cahwt-delegates-meet-dublin
Colette Browne, Journalist Irish Examiner https://twitter.com/colettebrowne
Stephen O'Leary, O'Leary Analytics
Previous #VINB: http://www.politics.ie/forum/backstage/199134-vinb-tue-30-10-2012-22-45-our-debt-deal-unique.html
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