This report details the range and depth of Government support for Irish communities and organisations around the world.
A Personal Narrative on Emigration by Méabh O’Leary Méabh is what is termed a ‘love migrant’ in a ‘mixed marriage’. She said ‘I do’ in ‘home’ sickness and in health to Bruce and to Australia. Managing a dual identity and the issues that arise over the lifecycle of migration led Méabh to be involved with ‘Griefline’ …
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.
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The social interaction and enjoyment that people get from celebrating Irish culture also plays a wider and invaluable role in supporting the well-being of our communities abroad
It’s a memory I’ll hold forever, it’s made me take an interest in our history.
the power and potential of local diaspora has been something that I have seen increase over the last year
However the collective knowledge is immense and the purpose of this event is to learn from one another, share experiences and build new networks.
online genealogy sites to connect with your Irish roots.
None of my three sons are here to share it