All Party Groups
What are All Party Groups?
All Party Groups provide a forum by which MLAs and outside organisations and individuals can meet to discuss shared interests in a particular cause or subject.
The Register All Party Groups
All Party Groups must submit an application form for Registration.
A Register of All Party Groups is compiled and maintained by the Clerk of Standards and is regulated by the Committee on Standards and Privileges. The Register is available for inspection by Members in the Assembly Library and available for public inspection, by appointment, in the office of the Clerk of Standards.
The main purpose of the Register is to record which All Party Groups are recognised by the Assembly; who their officers are, and details of any assistance the Group may receive from outside the Assembly.
All Party Group Rules
Current List of All Party Groups
All Party Groups
All Party Group on Children and Young People
All Party Group on Roads Safety
All Party Group on Climate Change
All Party Group on Co-operative and Mutual's
All Party Group on Ethnic Minority Communities
All Party Group on Rural Sustainability
All Party Group on Funerals and Bereavement
All Party Group on Visual Impairment
All Party Group on the Community and Voluntary Sector
All Party Group on Learning Disability
All Party Group on International Development
All Party Group on Sexual Health
All Party Group on UNSCR 1325: Women, Peace & Security
Enquiries and Contact Information
For correspondence and information on the activities of specific All Party Groups please use the contact details provided by each Group.
For general information on All Party Groups (e.g. general guidance, information on registration and application forms) please contact:
Mr Paul Gill
Clerk of Standards
Tel: 028 905 20333