Access to Justice

A Chara, The word “catastrophic” may be over-used but we fear it is justified responding to the British government’s deeply cynical proposals to bar all families bereaved in the conflict in Northern Ireland (including families living in the Republic of Ireland, Britain and elsewhere) from access to justice. Although the […]


2018 Congressional Questionnaire on Irish Issues

The Irish American Unity Conference has worked for over thirty years towards the peaceful reunification of Ireland. America is home to a significantly high proportion of Irish-Americans, many of whom still claim close ancestral links to Ireland, north and south, and who also belong to Irish fraternal, cultural and political […]


Letter from Kilcormac

After his final farewell to his adopted home in New York where he attained renown and the respect of all those he touched Jim Cullen was laid to rest this Monday morning in his beloved County Offaly. Jim was waked at his home at Munny , Kilcormac which he left […]



Hon. Rex W. Tillerson Secretary of State U.S. Department of State 2201 C Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20520 Re: Special Envoy to Northern Ireland Dear Secretary Tillerson: The Irish American Unity Conference (“IAUC”) joins in the concerns expressed by Congressman Richie Neal and many members of Congress in their September […]



Hon. Sir James Brokenshire Secretary of State for Northern Ireland 19 Station Road Sidcup Kent DA15 7EB England Dear Secretary Brokenshire: The Irish American Unity Conference (“IAUC”) would like to add its strong support for the call by Lord Chief Justice Sir Declan Morgan that funding for a dedicated legacy […]



  IRISH AMERICAN UNITY CONFERENCE Box 55573 WASHINGTON, D. C. 20040 1-888-295-5077    PROGRESS IN NORTHERN IRELAND? The approach of St Patrick’s Day was for me, as Public Relations Director of the National Board of the AOH, a time of anxiety.   There were the   attempts to hijack the religious and […]