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Christopher Moran Pride of Place 2018

Dr. Christopher Moran delivers speech at 2018 IPB Pride of Place Awards in Cork, Ireland

800 community heroes from across the country attended the IPB Pride of Place Awards at Cork City Hall The annual competition, described as ‘The Oscars of the Community Sector,’ celebrates the often-unsung work of community groups … Continue reading

President of Ireland Dr. Christopher Moran Peter Sheridan Football Friendly Martin O'Neill Michael O'Neill Dublin

President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins: work of Co-operation Ireland “will and must continue”

“The great work towards peace and reconciliation undertaken by Co-operation Ireland, by the Irish and British Government, and by people of goodwill across our island, will and must continue.” – President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins … Continue reading

White House Historical Association Logo Washington DC

Dr. Christopher Moran featured in The White House Historical Association program on Anglo-Irish Relations

Dr. Christopher Moran featured in a luncheon panel with Randolph Churchill and Bob Scher, Head of International Affairs for BP America, in ‘The United Kingdom and Ireland in the White House Symposium’, held in Washington, D.C. and hosted by The White House Historical Association and White House Historical Association President, Stewart D. McLaurin. Continue reading

John Bruton Taoiseach Vice Chairman of Co-operation Ireland

Former Taoiseach & Vice Chairman of Co-operation Ireland, John Bruton, on John Redmond MP

Speech by John Bruton, Former Taoiseach and Vice Chairman of Co-operation Ireland, at a meeting in the Houses of Parliament in Westminster at 6 pm on Tuesday 7th March, commemorating the  centenary of the death, on … Continue reading

Dr. Christopher Moran, Chairman of Co-operation Ireland, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and Irish artist Colin Davidson with political leaders, pictured discussing Colin’s portrayal of Her Majesty at Crosby Hall

Dr. Christopher Moran praised for “extraordinary” role in positive Anglo-Irish relations

RTÉ reflects on the significance of Dr. Christopher Moran’s involvement in positive Anglo-Irish relations since the unveiling of Queen Elizabeth II’s portrait by Irish artist Colin Davidson at Crosby Hall in 2016. Continue reading