Over the past months, Co-operation Ireland has been involved in high-level discussions around the impact of Brexit.
Co-operation Ireland is set to manage a programme, which is designed to enable students from Northern Ireland to seek and be awarded financial support to study at elite universities in the United States.
Co-operation Ireland is delighted to have been nominated as the beneficiary charity for this first ever Consular Corps/Association of Northern Ireland Diplomatic Dinner, scheduled for 12 October at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Shaws Bridge, Belfast.
Co-operation Ireland's Chairman Dr Christopher Moran has been made a Freeman of the City of London at a Ceremony on Monday April 3rd 2017.
Chairman of Co-operation Ireland, Dr Christopher Moran mourns friend and champion of peace, Martin McGuinness. Cooperation Ireland hosted many of the peace building initiatives that Mr McGuinness participated in most notably the historic handshake with HM The Queen at the Lyric Theatre.
On Tuesday 14th March, a team of teenagers came together to dedicate their time to Aughnacloy Care Home in Lurgan with essential work as a part of Action Week, a national event promoted by National Citizen Service (NCS), the UK’s flagship youth programme. The week is designed to showcase young people’s enthusiasm for creating real positive change in society.
A new partnership between Co-operation Ireland and the British Irish Trading Alliance (BITA) launches over the St Patrick’s Weekend Celebrations in London with a shared Community Stall at Trafalgar Square and participation at the Big Parade.
The Fresh Start Agreement, and the subsequent Executive Action Plan to address Paramilitary Activity, Criminality and Organised Crime, is a cross-departmental initiative to address many of the issues which hinder peacebuilding and the development of communities across Northern Ireland.