Meet Paul

Paul was educated at De La Salle Primary School, Beneavin College Secondary School and the National College of Ireland. His family has lived in Finglas for almost 50 years. Both grandparents settled here when Finglas was only a small village on the outskirts of Dublin. Before becoming involved in politics, Paul was principally involved in the Finglas No-Name Club for a ten year period dealing with young people in the area and giving them skills to develop as young adults, helping them resist peer pressures of alcohol and drugs.

He is committed to youth development work and recognises it as an important tool to empower young people. He is currently Chairperson of the Kilmore West Youth Project.

Latest News from Paul

19/06/2020

McAuliffe calls for extra buses to meet capacity required in the public transport system

22/05/2020

McAuliffe calls for clarity on when driving tests will resume

17/04/2020

McAuliffe calls for clarification on Dublin Fruit company’s decision to fly seasonal workers in for work

16/04/2020

McAuliffe calls on Government to ask NPHET to allow bicycle and car repairs to take place on a drop off basis.

Get in touch with Paul

For any issues, contact Paul’s office by email or telephone.

Email: paul@votemcauliffe.com
Mobile: 087 672 7060
Office: 01 481 9332