Catriona Crowe MRIA and former Head of Special Projects at the National Archives in Dublin.
Dramatic National Conversations: how theatre has dealt with the Anglo-Irish Treaty debates and the Good Friday Agreement
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 t,he Association.
A Conference on the Decade of Centenaries on Thursday, 23rh November will be held in the Ulster Reform Club, Belfast to bring together distinguished commentators and key organisors who were involved in the Decade of Centenaries now shortly to end. They will share their thoughts on how we have found our way through an unprecedented and protracted period of historic and, at times, sensitive commemorations. And, if lessons were were learned - what were they? The Association's annual pre-Christmas event will also be held in the Ulster Reform Club on Tuesday, 12th December. Guest speaker is the highly regarded and respected archivist, Catriona Crowe.
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