The Shannon –Clare Trad Irish Jam Sessions will be starting shortly. If you play a musical instrument or sing or do a gig or two, please let us know as wish to assemble and or support new band and cultural groups with the pool of talent that is now in Belgium or in the process of arriving.
This lecture series was launched in 2009 to commemorate all the Irish & Irish Diaspora who fought & or died in Belgian & French Flanders in the First World War. If you have any suggestions for a lecture or wish to sponsor a lecture…please contact Irish in Europe Association.
Take a minute to sign petition: Demanding that Aer Lingus reverses the decision and to encourage other airlines to take up the route that was regularly full.
The route is important to the economic development of the whole Munster region and most important to promote the 2,500 KM Wild Atlantic Way that extends from Cork to Donegal. The route serves as a catalyst in the growth of Trade & Cultural links between Belgium & Ireland and assists joint-venture partnerships between Belgian & Irish companies from Southern Ireland counties in the development of new markets for goods and services in the Middle East and Africa. It also serves as a vital back up alternative route for Brussels–Dublin Commuters when Dublin Airport is closed for climatic regions.
To grow the commuter service, business, weekend & mid week vacation market, the flights need to be all year around and with passenger friendly flying times.
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The Irish in Europe Association (International) AISBL
The Irish in Europe Association (International) AISBL was established in Belgium in 2011 by Royal Decree.
The main function is to help the world wide Irish Diaspora living and working in Europe and promote Irish culture.community building and micro integration through a network of Chapters in Europe. It incorporates the organisational Committee of the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade of the Nations & Regions in Brussels.
To achieve its objectives, each Chapter shall build community relations with the local social, cultural and political bodies in their areas. Membership is open to all nationalities living and working in all Chapter areas.
Its integration events include “Crossing Borders on the Terrace” , “Walkers & Talkers” “Crossing Borders on Fridays “and “Health is Wealth Seminars”,Shannon-Clare Trad Irish Sessions, Cork Jazz Festival Club of Brussels, Hibernian Social Club with business orientation. Tourist information Stands on Ireland and Belgium, Irish in Europe Memorial Lectures,Start Your Own Business, Business Mentoring and Seminars. Job Seekers advisory advice etc.
The IEAI shall implement the “Help Ireland in Europe” programme which will assist in the promotion of Irish goods and services and interstate trade in co-operation with other nationalities in Europe.
IEAI seek the provision of an orderly, user-friendly, multi-lingual information on-line service on the operation and transparency of the European Union Internal Market, and the relevant taxation and administrative documents in each of the member states of the European Union.
IEAI seek to facilitate efficient working of the Internal Market by promoting provision of specific educational and training opportunities in all regions where unemployment rates are above the European Union average. These provisions would include multi-lingual training in innovation and entrepreneurship; job skills and language-training; start your own business, trade and business expansion scheme studies; and tax compliance studies.
Brussels & Etterbeek Irish in Europe Chapter shall be the first Chapter of the Irish in Europe Association (International) AISBL to be established in Belgium. The main function of this Chapter is to promote Irish culture, community building and integration in the Brussels City and Etterbeek Communes. It will also assist in the organisation of the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade of the Nations & Regions. To achieve its objectives, the Chapter shall build community relations with the local social, cultural and political bodies in the Communes. The work of the Chapter shall be conducted in English, French and Dutch. Membership is open to all nationalities living and working in all areas of Brussels Capital Region. More Chapters will be established in other Communes at a later date. Please register your interest with Brussels & Etterbeek Irish in Europe Chapter here.