‘The Facts are that the Irish Republic exists.’
This past year has seen a wealth of diaspora activity taking place around the world.
The Economic strengths of small states are better focussed upon than their deficits, argues Stephen Kisella.
International Famine Commemoration to be held in Williamstown.
We are aware that there are many people within our community who go beyond the call of duty, giving freely of their time and energy, to ensure that Irish culture continues to flourish.
This report details the range and depth of Government support for Irish communities and organisations around the world.
All these events are indicative of the huge breadth of work that the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is engaged in to support Irish communities worldwide.
The records of the Chief Secretary of Ireland’s Office constitute one of the most valuable collections of original source material for research into Ireland in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.
we have with us a politician, a poet, a writer, an academic, a statesman, a rights advocate, a champion of the creative industries.
A Republic of opportunities.