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https://president.ie/en/diary/details/president-and-sabina-attend-a-reception-for-the-irish-community-in-romeOn the occasion of President Michael D. Higgins’ visit to Rome, Ambassador to Italy Colm Ó Floinn and Ambassador to the Holy See Derek Hannon hosted a reception at the Villa Spada, the residence of the Ambassador of Ireland to Italy, for sel…
 
President Michael D. Higgins issued a special message for the opening of FleadhFest 2021, a virtual version of the annual Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann.The Fleadh is Ireland's biggest traditional Irish music festival and President Higgins is a regular visitor, as well as Patron, to the festival.https://president.ie/en/diary/details/president-opens-flea…
 
Bhí teachtaireacht speisialta a thaifeadadh físteachtaireacht speisialta taifeadta ag an Uachtarán Mícheál D. Ó hUigínn do sheoladh FhleadhFest 2021, leagan fíorúil de Fhleadh Cheoil na hÉireann bhliantúil.Is í an fhéile ceoil traidisiúnta Gaelach is mó in Éirinn í agus is cuairteoir rialta, mar aon le pátrún na féile é an tUachtarán Ó hUigínn. I b…
 
President Higgins was interviewed by author Colm Tóibín for the 'Festival of Writing and Ideas'.The conversation was based on the President’s recent book of speeches, “Reclaiming the European Street”, and the President’s views on the importance of art and creativity, and of supporting those who work in the creative industries.…
 
President Higgins has paid tribute to local and community radio stations all over Ireland, for providing access to analysis and a platform for a diversity of opinions.See https://president.ie/en/media-library/speeches/national-community-radio-dayBy Áras an Uachtaráin
 
President Higgins addressed a webinar honouring the life and work of Mike Cooley, Irish born engineer, writer and trade union leader.https://president.ie/en/diary/details/president-addresses-the-legacy-of-mike-cooley-the-future-of-work-and-just-transition-webinarBy Áras an Uachtaráin
 
Bloomsday, 16 June, celebrates the work of James Joyce, focusing on the events in his novel “Ulysses”, which all take place on 16 June 1904.Déanann #Bloomsday, 16 Meitheamh, ceiliúradh ar shaothar James Joyce, ag díriú go sonrach ar na himeachtaí ina úrscéal ‘Ulysses’, a tharla ar an 16 Meitheamh 1904.To mark the Day, President Higgins and Sabina i…
 
Bloomsday, 16 June, celebrates the work of James Joyce, focusing on the events in his novel “Ulysses”, which all take place on 16 June 1904.Déanann #Bloomsday, 16 Meitheamh, ceiliúradh ar shaothar James Joyce, ag díriú go sonrach ar na himeachtaí ina úrscéal ‘Ulysses’, a tharla ar an 16 Meitheamh 1904.To mark the Day, President Higgins and Sabina i…
 
Bloomsday, 16 June, celebrates the work of James Joyce, focusing on the events in his novel “Ulysses”, which all take place on 16 June 1904.Déanann #Bloomsday, 16 Meitheamh, ceiliúradh ar shaothar James Joyce, ag díriú go sonrach ar na himeachtaí ina úrscéal ‘Ulysses’, a tharla ar an 16 Meitheamh 1904.To mark the Day, President Higgins and Sabina i…
 
Bloomsday, 16 June, celebrates the work of James Joyce, focusing on the events in his novel “Ulysses”, which all take place on 16 June 1904.Déanann #Bloomsday, 16 Meitheamh, ceiliúradh ar shaothar James Joyce, ag díriú go sonrach ar na himeachtaí ina úrscéal ‘Ulysses’, a tharla ar an 16 Meitheamh 1904.To mark the Day, President Higgins and Sabina i…
 
Bloomsday, 16 June, celebrates the work of James Joyce, focusing on the events in his novel “Ulysses”, which all take place on 16 June 1904.Déanann #Bloomsday, 16 Meitheamh, ceiliúradh ar shaothar James Joyce, ag díriú go sonrach ar na himeachtaí ina úrscéal ‘Ulysses’, a tharla ar an 16 Meitheamh 1904.To mark the Day, President Higgins and Sabina i…
 
Bloomsday, 16 June, celebrates the work of James Joyce, focusing on the events in his novel “Ulysses”, which all take place on 16 June 1904.Déanann #Bloomsday, 16 Meitheamh, ceiliúradh ar shaothar James Joyce, ag díriú go sonrach ar na himeachtaí ina úrscéal ‘Ulysses’, a tharla ar an 16 Meitheamh 1904.To mark the Day, President Higgins and Sabina i…
 
Bloomsday, 16 June, celebrates the work of James Joyce, focusing on the events in his novel “Ulysses”, which all take place on 16 June 1904.Déanann #Bloomsday, 16 Meitheamh, ceiliúradh ar shaothar James Joyce, ag díriú go sonrach ar na himeachtaí ina úrscéal ‘Ulysses’, a tharla ar an 16 Meitheamh 1904.To mark the Day, President Higgins and Sabina i…
 
Bloomsday, 16 June, celebrates the work of James Joyce, focusing on the events in his novel “Ulysses”, which all take place on 16 June 1904.Déanann #Bloomsday, 16 Meitheamh, ceiliúradh ar shaothar James Joyce, ag díriú go sonrach ar na himeachtaí ina úrscéal ‘Ulysses’, a tharla ar an 16 Meitheamh 1904.To mark the Day, President Higgins and Sabina i…
 
On 3 June 2021, President Higgins marked the 1500th anniversary year of the birth of Colmcille, in a conference hosted by the American Conference for Irish Studies 2021, Ulster University and the John & Pat Hume Foundation.Drawing inspiration from his recently published book, ‘Reclaiming the European Street’, the President spoke on the topics of th…
 
https://president.ie/en/diary/details/president-opens-irish-young-philosopher-awards-2021-festivalPresident Michael D. Higgins will give the keynote address at the Young Philosopher Awards 2021 ceremony.The Awards were launched by President Higgins in November 2017, in response to the President’s calls - in the context of the President of Ireland E…
 
President Higgins hosted the third seminar in the Machnamh 100 series. The principal address at the seminar was given by Dr Margaret O’Callaghan of Queens University Belfast. Her paper on 'Recovering Imagined Futures' was responded to by a panel consisting of Dr Caitríona Clear (NUI Galway), Professor Linda Connolly (NUI Maynooth), Ms Catríona Crow…
 
See https://president.ie/en/diary/details/president-opens-2021-young-environmentalist-awards-ceremony President Higgins will open the 2021 Young Environmentalist Awards ceremony, organised by ECO-UNESCO. The Young Environmentalist Awards (YEA) scheme is an all-Ireland programme that recognises and rewards young people who raise environmental awaren…
 
D’eisigh an tUachtarán Mícheál D. Ó hUigínn físteachtaireacht speisialta do mhic léinn in institiúidí tríú leibhéal.Ina theachtaireacht do na mic léinn, d’aithin an tUachtarán na nithe a chuir isteach ar shaolta na mac léinn, agus ghabh sé buíochas leo as a gcomhoibrithe agus a bhfoighne le linn na tréimhse deacra seo.…
 
President Michael D. Higgins has issued special video messages for students in third level institutions.In his message to the students, the President acknowledged the disruptions to students’ lives, and thanked students for their cooperation and patience in these testing times.By Áras an Uachtaráin
 
See https://president.ie/en/diary/details/president-higgins-marks-may-day-2021 President Michael D. Higgins marked May Day, International Workers Day. In a special video message, the President spoke of how May Day has traditionally been a day to celebrate the progress made – through the efforts of workers and trade union activists – on securing imp…
 
President Higgins has issued a message of congratulations for the ‘Irish in the UK’ tv programme.Over the past four years, producers Martin and Annette Logan have travelled the length and breadth of Britain to produce their weekly show for the Irish community in the United Kingdom. They have continued that work throughout the pandemic, allowing the…
 
"To have the opportunity of seeing Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard, the final play of the great Russian writer will always be a guaranteed pleasure. To see this enduring classic in a version by Tom Murphy, directed by Garry Hynes with the Druid ensemble, is a special experience. Chekhov’s great work was written in conditions of great change wher…
 
See https://president.ie/en/diary/details/president-marks-international-womens-dayPresident and Sabina Higgins hosted their first virtual International Women’s Day initiative, with an online celebration of women’s voices and talents.By Áras an Uachtaráin
 
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