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A place for the Irish in New York:

Irish-born, first generation, second generation, any generation.

Love the culture, love the people, are a wannabe.

Can spell Dun Laoghaire, know the lyrics to every U2 song, can't stand U2...

Speak Irish, don't have the cupla focal and don't even know what that means...

to hang out and enjoy each other's company and enjoy Irish and New York culture in all its glory.

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THE ELEVATE SERIES: Lunchtime Sessions by Co-operation Ireland USA

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There's a new series launching this January that will bring various topics to the forefront that may hold interest to you.

Registration is free and may be done by visiting theelevateseries.eventbrite.com

Co-operation Ireland brings you The Elevate Series. This four-part program of thought-provoking, topical themes seeks to enlighten a broad audience on the challenges and opportunities that are presenting themselves in the island of Ireland today.

The impact of Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic has led to uncertainty and disruption, with the potential to destabilize the peace process. However, with the typical grit and humor ingrained in the people of this unique island, the spirit of optimism and opportunity persists. The work of Co-operation Ireland continues to help lay a path forward for its young people, the Future Leaders of Ireland, North and South and the wider community.

We invite you to hear about the primary issues at hand and the opportunities ahead to elevate the island of Ireland.

Session 1: Elevate - Economics and Business (January 27)
Session 2: Elevate - Tourism and Culture (Date TBD)
Session 3: Elevate - Environment and Sustainability (Date TBD)
Session 4: Elevate - Education (Date TBD)

In the first session, focused on Economics and Business, Simon MacAllister, EY Partner and Brexit Lead (Ireland) will lead a panel discussion with industry experts.

Julia McLernon
Next Gen (Part of Co-operation Ireland USA) Board Member & Future Leaders Ambassador

Simon MacAllister
EY Partner and Brexit Lead (Ireland)

EY Chief Economist

Vice President, Business Development, Invest Northern Ireland

Director of Advocacy and Voice
Chartered Accountants Ireland

CEO, Manufacturing NI

CEO, Belfast Harbour Commission

This live session will be conducted over Zoom. Link will be provided to those that register.

Registration is free with a suggested donation of $20. All donations are made to Co-operation Ireland.

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