The Northern Ireland Assembly is the devolved legislature for Northern Ireland. It is responsible for making laws on transferred matters in Northern Ireland and for scrutinising the work of Ministers and Government Departments. The Assembly sits at Parliament Buildings, Stormont Estate, in Belfast. Members (MLAs) meet to debate issues; question Ministers; and make laws for the benefit of people in Northern Ireland. Each MLA represents her or his constituency, and there are 6 MLAs for each constituency. As a member of Business in The Community the Northern Ireland Assembly actively works to ensure it remains socially responsible on a range of issues from employee engagement to reducing its environmental impact.
For more information, please visit the NI Assembly website.