Ciarán Quinn

Losing another generation

A Letter From Ireland a Chara, I’ve been thinking about emigration. We are losing another generation. This time to Canada, Australia, and Britain. My own daughters will be leaving soon. In the past people were forced into emigration by poverty, unemployment, or repression. Today is different. There are jobs. In the South we are reaching […]

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Irish American Unity Conference Calls on British Government to “Abide By Democratic Principles”

The Irish American Unity Conference has written to British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to endure those bereaved in the conflict have access to justice, North/South progressed and the institutions of the Good Friday Agreement re-established. The IAUC, a non-sectarian human rights organization, closely monitors the continuing denial of fundamental civil rights to UK citizens living

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Irish Government Failing to Plan, Prepare or Persuade for Irish Unity

There is currently ongoing research into the question of Irish Unity by ARINS – which is a joint research project of the Royal Irish Academy and the Keough-Naughton Centre for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame. In an article recently published in the Irish Times researchers from the project wrote, “While the results

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President Biden Raises Good Friday Agreement with British Prime Minister

President Biden today met with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in Downing Street, London. First Minister Elect Michelle O’Neill welcomed the continued support from President Biden for the Good Friday Agreement and progress in Ireland. Michelle O’Neill said: “It is clear that the issue of Ireland, and a better future for people here, remains high

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