The Indian Community in Ireland – The Ireland/Indian council

The Ireland/Indian council

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This council is the organisation in the Republic of Ireland created to strengthen the existing relationships within the Irish Indian communities as well as promoting their culture, business and to assist students and immigrants find their way in Ireland.

The council also brings leaders, intellectuals and diplomats from both countries laying the ground work for cooperation. Although the IIC was established in 2002, the relationship between Ireland and Indian goes back many years. This relationship was strengthened by the likes of Eamon de Valera, W.B. Yeats, Jawahar Lal Nehru and other important figures of the 20th century.

The IIC is a non-profit and organises a variety of programs and activities throughout the year. Cultural events, networking opportunities, exhibitions, films and lectures are among the many activities created by the IIC. They also provides intercultural familiarisation about Indian culture, literature, history and other areas of interest to the Indigenous Irish community, school and colleges.

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