Co-Operation Ireland’s
Annual Dinner

By Irish America Staff
June / July 2005

Co-Operation Ireland, a non-partisan charity dedicated to promoting peace throughout all of Northern Ireland and Ireland, held its annual dinner on March 14 at the New York Plaza. The evening highlighted the organization’s 26 years of peace and reconciliation work and honored the secretary of state for Northern Ireland, Paul Murphy, MP (above). ♦

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