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Government of Ireland Launches “Global Irish: Ireland’s Diaspora Policy.”

Irish Network USA applauds the actions by the Government of Ireland with today’s launch of “Global Irish:Ireland’s Diaspora Policy.” Irish Network USA remainscommitted to furthering the goals and policies outlined in the report by strengthening the relationship with the Irish Diaspora throughout the United States. To view the press release on the launch and to…

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St. Patrick’s Day ‘Promote Ireland’ Programme and EI international Programme 2015 announced!

Minister Flanagan and Minister Bruton announce Enterprise Ireland international programme and St. Patrick’s Day Programme 2015 St. Patrick’s Day ‘Promote Ireland’ programme will see 27 Ministers taking part in over 100 business events and 100 high-level political meetings in 27 countries Enterprise Ireland international 2015 programme includes increase in activity over last year’s programme which…

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Irish Network Chicago member Fiona McEntee outlines President Obama’s actions on immigration reform.

Last night, October 20, at 8PM EST, the nation stood by as President Obama announced his long awaited executive action on immigration. While there have been many articles written about the President’s announcement, we wanted to make sure that each point was clearly explained in detail so that our clients can fully understand the executive…

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Irish Central: Irish Network to Launch 19th Chapter

We want to offer a big thank you to Irish Central for their continued support of Irish Network USA’s growth and success.  We’re proud to launch our 19th chapter in Houston, Texas on October 24th.

“The Ireland-Texas Connection” by CG Adrian Farrell for TribTalk, Perspectives on Texas

In 2014, Ireland will open new diplomatic missions in Hong Kong, Zagreb, Bangkok, Jakarta, Nairobi, São Paolo — and Austin, Texas. Ireland’s sixth consulate general in the U.S. will open in the state’s capital city this month, on the 90th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ireland and the United States. It’ll be…

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