Candidate for Meath West

Having spent several years working with an Irish charity overseas, Ronan returned home to Meath and became an English and History secondary school teacher at St Patrick’s Classical School, Navan.

His focus as a teacher has always been on helping young-adults become the best they can be, and he also co-ordinates the cross-country and athletics teams at school.

Back living in Trim with his wife and two young children, Ronan has a BA from Galway and MSc in Sustainable Development in Dublin.

“I look forward to meeting people and discussing how social democratic policies will help them and their kids into the future.”

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3 days ago

Ronan Moore for Meath West

Behind every figure there is a face.
This week's two-minute Tuesday. Well done Deborah Curran.

Social Democrats Meath West
The early years of a child’s life are precious and set the foundation for success in life. There is only one chance to make the most of this formative stage and we have a duty to ensure that every child gets a good start.

As part of our #TwoMinuteTuesday and #OneMinuteWednesday series, here is Meath West member Debbie Curran explaining how Social Democrats policy plans to end child poverty.
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6 days ago

Ronan Moore for Meath West

With rents now spiralled out of control, last week's on our #OneMinuteWednesday Conchubhair MacLochlainn explained the Social Democrat's Renter's Charter that, if introduced, would swing back power into rebalance power for landlord and the tenant.

Social Democrats Meath West
#OneMinuteWednesday is our attempt to help you understand Social Democrats policies in one minute or less.

This week, Conchubhair MacLochlainn, our branch Vice-Chair for Meath West, tries to introduce our Renters' Charter, which is a detailed proposal on how to protect tenants and ensure our rental sector provides secure and affordable homes.

As more and more people watch rental costs obliterate their ability to save for their own homes, this is our answer to the fact that both tenants and landlords not only have rights, but they have responsibilities to each other too, and if fully implemented would go a long way to providing security of tenure for the 1 in 5 of us in this country now living in rented accommodation.

It's of particular interest here in Meath West, where not even one of our towns enjoys Rent Pressure Zone designation.

Leave us a comment below, give this piece a share, or even drop us a DM: We want to hear from the people of Meath West how issues like this are affecting your everyday lives.
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To finish the weekend with some sport.

The third Sunday in September was always an important day in Gaelic games.

Great to see that while the dates of various All-Ireland championship finals have changed round this year, that the 3rd Sunday still remains as important as ever as the All Ireland Finals season ends with their women's football final.

Continued record-breaking crowds in attendance as numbers creep towards what will hopefully be a historic full-house in the coming few years.

And Meath in the Inter final too:)
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To finish the weekend with some sport. 

The third Sunday in September was always an important day in Gaelic games.

Great to see that while the dates of various All-Ireland championship finals have changed round this year, that the 3rd Sunday still remains as important as ever as the All Ireland Finals season ends with their womens football final.

Continued record-breaking crowds in attendance as numbers creep towards what will hopefully be a historic full-house in the coming few years.

And Meath in the Inter final too:)

Great event in Enfield this weekend, meeting and greeting people on the streets before canvassing in the estates.

Plenty of good chats with people, as issues that included the lack of local amenities, poor transport links, the environment and unaffordability of child care all coming up. And of course those record breaking figures showing things aren't working in housing and health.

Wonderful team of fellow volunteers as well even if our inventive group pose of eyes opened, eyes closed didn't work out:)!
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Great event in Enfield this weekend, meeting and greeting people on the streets before canvassing in the estates.

Plenty of good chats with people, as issues that included the lack of local amenities, poor transport links, the environment and unaffordability of child care all coming up. And of course those record breaking figures showing things arent working in housing and health.

Wonderful team of fellow volunteers as well even if our inventive group pose of eyes opened, eyes closed didnt work out:)!

 

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I'm the worst photographer 🙈😂👀

You and Gordon with the eyes closed. That's so funny!

What is your stance on fox hunting and hare coursing?

[email protected] kick off the new #Dáil term by calling for a nationwide rent freeze, saying existing caps are not nationwide and still result in some people spending 50%+ of their take-home pay on rent. @VirginMediaNews

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