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It has been a busy few weeks for the European Movement in Northern Ireland, with the organisation represented at important events to highlight Northern Ireland’s concerns with Article 50 negotiations beginning.
Northern Ireland’s leading pro-European organisation, the European Movement in Northern Ireland (EMNI), has reacted to the developing news following the Prime Minister’s Brexit speech and the collapse of the NI Executive at Stormont.
As 2017 begins, the Deputy Chair of the European Movement in Northern Ireland (EMNI), Ciarán Hanna, gives his personal thoughts on the eventful year that was, and what is possibly ahead for the EMNI in 2017.
The European Movement in Northern Ireland has welcomed the report by the House of Lords European Union Committee on Brexit: UK-Irish relations, which has concluded that the implications of Brexit for Ireland, North and South, are ‘profound’.
Northern Ireland’s leading pro-European organisation, the European Movement in Northern Ireland (EMNI), has welcomed recent developments in the Brexit debate, from the opening of the All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit to the decision by the High Court that the British Parliament must vote before the UK government can trigger Article 50 to leave the EU.
In a letter to the ‘Irish Times’ in August, the President of the European Movement in Northern Ireland (EMNI) Brian Garrett and long-standing member Dennis Kennedy argue that it is in the interests of Ireland and the UK, and of the rest of the EU, that the closest possible association between the UK and the EU
On #ChildrensDay we stand united in our determination to protect and to promote the rights of all children everywhere.
It is our collective task to do everything we can to make sure these rights are respected and ensured for every child.
Statement → https://t.co/oSgtHy8bR4
New BBC-RTE poll today shows only 9% of ppl in NI think they’ll be better off after Brexit! NI has come so far and Brexit will drag us back to the past. It’s clear - whenever a deal is agreed, we need a People’s Vote - the people need the final say! https://t.co/9JQDYVVeaa
Our #Brexit Roundup looks at a dramatic few days in the Brexit story from a leaked letter to the #DUP and a British Ministerial resignation, and Fianna Fáil want clarification if the #backstop is going to be temporary or not: