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About Ireland101

 

Ireland101's vision and mission is to 'Connect people around the world who have Irish ancestry and cultural connections to Ireland'.

 

We want to:

 

  • Distil amazing Irish culture and heritage and share it in a truly innovative and fun way across the Global Irish Diaspora and people who love Ireland
  • Host all the essential '101' content and heritage information that we should all know, celebrate and protect, as part of the Global Irish community
  • Make your connection to Ireland more and more relevant to your daily life, no matter where you live, '24/7'
  • Enable your relationship to grow between you and your Irish regions of ancestral origin, and make sure it is a two-way relationship over time
  • Create online environments that foster group learning and sharing about Irish culture and heritage
  • Help everyone share the culture and heritage information we should all know, from famous Diaspora who lived (and live) great lives, to great stories from across the Global Irish community
  • Direct you to the best genealogy resources across the island of Ireland
  • Help 'Active Diaspora' to visit Ireland, support Irish arts and crafts, support Irish Business, and support important Irish community projects that help your regions of ancestral origin

We hope you like our webpages and games. Please do send on your feedback and we hope you will support our projects, our partners and our sponsors.

 

*** One simple way to improve your connection with Ireland is to sign up for our special Ireland101 trial online subscription for the Sunday Business Post. It is an excellent Irish newspaper, but don't let the title mislead you...it covers everything of interest, including Lifestyle, Food, Sports, Politics, Leisure, Interior Design, and lots more. ***

Just click here and then click on the yellow 'Apply' button...

https://www.ireland101.com/tsp-view/businesspost-diaspora-offer

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#6 Carlo G Pagni

Apparently Charles in Gaelic is not Cathal ..... It is Searlas

#5 Ian Smiles

Hello Having recently had my DNA tested, results showed that 8% traced back to Ireland and Scotland. My mother was a Miss Green and I feel I have her lineage back to the 1600s in Bedfordshire, England. However, I am intrigued as to whether or not my 8% could be down from the Green line. Are you able to say how I could further prove that the 8% is in fact through my Green family lineage? Thank you.

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