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2017 News

AGM & Christmas Reception
'Exploring Difference - the benefit of not being at home'
Bishop Trevor Williams, Leader of Corrymeela Community
Ulster Reform Club, 4 Royal Ave, Belfast
AGM 12.00 noon
Reception: Tue 12th Dec 2017, 12.30 p.m. for 1.00 p.m.
For details, click here.

Winter Lunch
Making Sense of Brexit - A Symposium on Issues & Impacts
Paul Gillespie, The Irish Times & Institute of International & European Affairs
Ray Bassett, Commentator & former Ambassador to Canada
For Paper, click here.
Kerry Curran, Policy Research Manager, Inter TradeIreland
Linenhall Library, 17 Donegal St, Belfast
Sat 21st Oct 2017, 12.30-15.30
For further details, click here. For details on speakers, click here.

Autumn Lunch
Dialogue & Reconcilliation on the island of Ireland - the Role of the Summer School
Joe Mulholland - Director of MacGill Summer School
Wynn's Hotel, 35 Abbey St Lr, Dublin
Saturday 16th Sept 2017 at 12.30 for 1pm
For further details click here.
For info about speakers, click here.

Summer Lunch
'The Reformation - Its Impact on Ireland'
Martin Mansergh, Historian & former Minister of State in the Irish Republic
Wynn's Hotel, 35 Abbey St Lr, Dublin
20th May 2017, 12.30 - 1.00 p.m.
For further details click here.
For M Mansergh's address, click here.
For response by Rev Brian Kennaway, click here

St Patrick's Day Lunch
'The Association in a post-Brexit Ireland'
Brian Garrett, ex-Assoc President.
Malone Lodge Hotel, 60 Eglantine Ave, Belfast
17th March 2017, 12.30 - 1.00 pm
For further details, click here.

Winter 2016/17 Lunch
'Ireland: Social & Cultural Impacts of the Last 20 Years'
Speaker - Patsy McGarry, Religious Affairs Correspondent of The Irish Times (click for bio).
Wynn's Hotel, 35 Lr Abbey Street Dublin city centre - 12.30 for 1.00 pm.
For further details, click here.