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Welcome to the Royal Commonwealth Society, Ireland Branch.

Fáilte chuig an gCumann Comhlathais Ríoga, Brainse na hÉireann. Tá na céadta míle saoránach de chuid an Chomhlathais in a gcónaí in Éirinn agus as na daoine a rugadh in Éirinn ach a bhfuil cónaí anois orthu thar lear, is i dtíortha Chomhlathais atá 70% díobh. Tugaimíd cuireadh duit bheith spreagtha ag na féidearachtaí do’n chaidreamh idir Éire agus tíortha an Chomhlathais sna blianta romhainn.

Ireland is home to hundreds of thousands of Commonwealth citizens, and 70% of Irish-born people living overseas reside in Commonwealth countries. We invite you to be inspired by the future possibilities for Ireland’s relationship with the Commonwealth of Nations.

The Royal Commonwealth Society’s (RCS) international networks provide a valuable source of contacts, advice, mutual support and fellowship. Currently 17,000 strong and growing, the network is drawn from Commonwealth nations, integrating individuals, associated branches and regions within civil society, government and commerce. There are a great number of Branches and Societies, including the RCS Ireland Branch.

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Ireland and
The Commonwealth

The RCS is closely linked to governments, parliaments and overseas missions. In particular, the RCS and Commonwealth promote the values of human rights, sustainable development and youth empowerment across the association. Through youth empowerment, education and advocacy, the RCS promotes the value and the values of the Commonwealth. We champion human rights, democracy and sustainable development across the 53 member states which are intrinsically linked through their common history and shared values.

Education

Young people are an essential part of the Commonwealth family.

Trade

A Commonwealth country’s trade with another member is third to a half more

Sports

International sports are an integral part of life in Ireland, with Irish success seen

Arts

Ireland is an international leader in the arts. Whether it be writers, painters etc

Council of Commonwealth Societies

The RCS also acts as the Secretariat for the Council of Commonwealth Societies (CCS), which is a group of societies that aims to promote understanding of the peoples and cultures of the Commonwealth through the annual celebration of Commonwealth Day. In addition, the CCS meets to oversee the organisation of the Commonwealth Day Observance held in Westminster Abbey, in London and is currently chaired by Lord Howell of Guildford. The secretary of the CCS is Elizabeth van der Valk.

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