Carolyn Labey

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So far Carolyn Labey has created 26 blog entries.

Ukraine – Delivering aid where it matters

As the Island continues to show its support for innocent Ukrainians fleeing the destruction of their homes, Islanders have reason to thank the staff and commissioners of Jersey Overseas Aid and minister Carolyn Labey.

The professionalism of JOA has already ensured

2023-02-13T20:11:10+00:00February 13, 2023|Categories: Overseas Aid|Tags: , |

First Ministers’ Surgery held at Town Hall

The new “Ministers Surgeries” are to be held after Council of Ministers meetings which are held in a different Parish each month. The first one was held in the Town Hall in January, 2023.

And at the most recent Parish Surgery

2023-02-11T13:42:20+00:00February 10, 2023|Categories: Community, Government, Grouville & St. Martin|Tags: , |

Overseas Aid Projects. Kenya, Nepal and Rwanda

I addressed a packed out St Paul’s Centre when we launched our Volunteer Programme. This year Jersey Overseas Aid are organising three Community Work Projects in Kenya, building a sand dam, in Nepal where we work with the Gurkha Welfare

WORKING TOGETHER AND PLAYING TO OUR STRENGTHS: JERSEY AND THE COMMONWEALTH

2023-02-10T17:18:05+00:00February 10, 2023|Categories: CPA Commonwealth Parliamentary Association|Tags: , , , , |

Parishes Update

Parishes up-date

At the end of last year I attended one of the Comité des Connétables meetings. There is a long wait to get an appointment, so I had a few items stored up for the agenda.

  1. The first was to
2023-02-08T18:55:37+00:00February 8, 2023|Categories: Grouville & St. Martin|Tags: , |

Island Identity Resource Packs

“In December, 2022, I arranged a meeting with the Comite des Connetables. I wanted to discuss and receive an up-date on various topics including the Island Identity, the Cycling and Pedestrian Network, the Parish Community Support Groups and informing Parishioners

2023-01-31T21:35:15+00:00January 31, 2023|Categories: Island Identity|Tags: |

High housing costs could be ‘impinging on our identity’

by Rod McLoughlin

International Relations Minister Carolyn Labey is reviewing contributions to the ongoing consultation on Island identity, and said to-date there had been ‘quite a good response’.

The strength of the Island’s cultural sector, the environment and importance of teaching aspects

2023-01-31T20:49:15+00:00January 31, 2023|Categories: Government, Island Identity|Tags: |
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