Wynn's Hotel, Dublin Saturday, 2nd September, 2023 Drawing on his Ph.D thesis, Dr. Mullan, Director...
The principal objective of the Irish Association is the promotion of communication, understanding and co-operation between all the people of Ireland, both north and south. The Association is non-party political and non-sectarian in character. We draw members from both parts of the country. We run regular meetings of members in Belfast and Dublin, organising lectures and conferences with speakers drawn from public life across the island.
The Association welcomes applications for membership from all those who may be interested in joining and are prepared to subscribe to the ideals and constitution of the Association.
We are pleased to draw attention to the events successfully held during 2023 - talks given by Rev. Chris Hudson on 25 challenges to bring about a new vision for Unionism; seminars on Arts and the Agreement hosted at the Lyric Theatre and on Exploring Britishness & Irishness, speakers Peter Shirlow, John Coakley and Etain Tannam; A new look at identities in Ireland, North and South; and most recently, Paul Mullan spoke on positive developments in the running of City Hall, Belfast. Forthcoming events - Christmas lunch will be on Tuesday, 12th December in Belfast, speaker to be announced shortly, that event preceded by a Symposium in planning, looking back at the Decade of Commemorations, scheduled to be held in Belfast on afternoon of Friday, 24th November.
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