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Executive Director’s Blog: Staying in the EU remains in Ireland’s national interest

On 10 May 1972, ‘What do I do’ by Sandie, Joe and the Dixies was top of the Irish charts, the day the public voted on whether Ireland should join the European Economic Communities (EEC).  Across the country, 70.9% of the electorate cast their ballot which, to this day, remains […]

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Press Release: Areas in common but a long way still to travel

European Movement Ireland Statement regarding EU and UK Position Papers on Ireland and Northern Ireland Dublin, Thursday 7 September, 2017:  Today the European Commission’s published guiding principles on Ireland and Northern Ireland. Michel Barnier, the EU Chief Brexit Negotiator, reiterated the EU’s aim to “minimise the impact of the UK’s […]

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Just the Facts: Abolition of Roaming Charges in the EU, Thursday 15 June 2017

On Thursday 15 June, a new EU Regulation relating to roaming charges for mobile phone users within the European Union (EU) and the wider European Economic Area (EEA) came into effect which largely abolishes roaming charges.  This follows a number of previous EU Regulations aimed at reducing roaming charges.  The […]

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Jobs & Internships in Europe – 29 September 2016

Welcome to this week’s Jobs and Internships in Europe blogpost! If you’re not already on our mailing list, you can sign up here to receive these opportunities free by email every week. Please note that European Movement Ireland cannot accept applications for any of the opportunities detailed below. The best of luck in […]

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