Success at the Royal Irish Academy

The launch of the “Language and Migration in Ireland” report was a success. We filled a beautiful room at the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin, and met many individuals who work with the issue of migration in Ireland. It is to be hoped that the many conversations that were started in these past few months will continue in the future.

We would like to thank the Royal Irish Academy for hosting us, Minister David Stanton for his kind words, Nithy Kasa and Ozgecan Kesici for their poetry, and of course the Irish Research Council for their continuing support.

Also, it seems we made RTE’s Nine O’Clock News.


Tomorrow: launch of the “My Story” report at the Royal Irish Academy

Our research journey into the languages of Ireland is coming to an end: tomorrow, November 7 at 4:00, we will present our report at the Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin.

Some of our travelling companions who were with us in Galway in September will join the event and share their stories with the public. We are proud to announce that David Stanton, Minister of State for Equality, Immigration and Integration, will also be present.

We hope it will be a moment to talk about the new Ireland, and the directions that its society and culture will take.