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Why do I do it ? Over and over again, I ask myself this question : Why do I do it ? I am talking about putting myself through hell for no logical reason by taking on more responsibilities and challenges when I am already maxed out on responsibilities and challenges. Let me explain. About two years ago, I had a casual conversation with someone who worked for The British Institute of Directors (I.o.D), a highly respected body that concerns itself with the world of business in the UK and internationally. As the name suggests, it is a form of a club for senior business people who for at least part of their time, they are involved in the boardrooms of companies small, medium and large. The Institute is headquartered in the prestigious Pall Mall in London with branches in every major (...)more...

Are you a Chicken or a Pig ?

The workplace is a diverse coming together of people with differing backgrounds, skills, drive, ambition, and individual traits. Leaders and managers work hard at bringing together such an (...)

The Best Teacher You Ever Had…. Failure

What do we do when we succeed at something ? We cheer, pump our fists, go out and celebrate, splash the cash. However small or huge the success is, we bask in the glory of the moment and set (...)

Seven “Managers” From Heaven by Mufid Sukkar

I recently wrote about “Nine Managers from Hell” so, it is only fair to set the record straight and speak of managers who showed me how to be a better manager. By the way, I am not talking about (...)

Nine Managers From Hell

A lot of professionals consider promotion to a management position as a final destination rather than a start of a journey. Incompetent management comes in a variety of forms. I am sure you can (...)


Are Refugees human beings… ?

In the aftermath of World War I, Sir Eric Drummond, the first Secretary-General of the League of Nations, appointed Fridtjof Nansen to supervise the repatriation of prisoners of war. In eighteen months Nansen repatriated 427,866 prisoners of nearly 30 different nationalities. There was another emerging problem. The dramatic political upheavals in 1917–1920 in Russia, had produced enormous numbers of refugees. Where did they go ? Mainly to Europe, but also countries in the former Ottoman Empire. Constantinople had been occupied by the Allies, and had become an asylum for refugees, a stopping place on their flight from country to country, where at least they were safe. Three waves of refugees washed over the city, one after the other, first Russians, then Turks and finally Greeks and (...)more...

What to believe and what not to believe

Considerable progress has been made in technology. Look at mobile telephones and the Internet. Today, many people enjoy a standard of living much higher than that of their parents. So what is (...)

What is wrong with wishing people a Happy New Year ?

Every year at Christmas/New Year time, we send off a greetings card to all our friends and relations and in the envelope we include a “family newsletter” ‒‒ a recto/verso page describing what (...)

Thoughts...on a gloomy day

“There is something I don’t understand,” a friend observed. “Ever since I was on the ground covering the Libyan crisis, we reported that you could buy a Kalashnikov for US$50, while for US$400 you (...)

I hardly ever watch the news on TV anymore

“I hardly ever watch the news on TV anymore,” my colleague said the other day. “All you hear about is killings, wars, crimes … I’m tired of sad and depressing news.” It may be a general trend, because (...)

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President of Uzbekistan : prosecutors should help and support businesses and ensure human interests

President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev met with a group of employees of prosecution bodies on 7 January to congratulate them with their professional holiday. A law was signed on 19 December 2016 establishing 8 January as the Day of workers of prosecution bodies of Uzbekistan. He congratulated workers of the prosecutors’ bodies of Uzbekistan with their holiday and wished strong health, peace, success in their work. Shavkat Mirziyoyev said that prosecution authorities should play an important role in further strengthening of justice in society. People can endure any hardship, but cannot tolerate injustice, he added. President stressed that workers of prosecution bodies have responsible task, which require dedication and objectivity. He said that human fate is behind of each (...)more...

Impressions from the Presidential Elections 4 December 2016 in Uzbekistan

Following President Karimov’s death in September this year, the constitution required that elections be held within the next three months. They were to take place on 4th December, and once more, I (...)

In Uzbekistan 2017 has been declared the Year of Dialogue with the People and Human Interests

Uzbekistan celebrates the 24th anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan. On this occasion, a ceremonial event took place at the “Uzbekistan” palace of (...)

QUO VADIS CATALONIA ? - Part Two Catalonia, Europe and the World by Albert Pont, President, Catalan Circle for Business (

In the first part of this article we referred to the historic, political, economic and cultural reasons that, for over three centuries, have underpinned the Catalan claim for self-rule. In this (...)

New building of the UN is opened in Ashgabat

President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov and the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon took part in the opening ceremony of new building of the UN mission in Ashgabat. There are members of (...)

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Interview with Dr David Nabarro, Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Climate Change and candidate for the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO).

Photo : ActionPress/J.-M. Virot Dr Nabarro’s career spans more than 40 years of working in public health. Starting as a doctor working for Save the Children in Northern Iraq and then Nepal, he later lectured on nutrition and public health in the United Kingdom (UK) and worked for the UK’s Department for International Development as Chief Health and Population Adviser from 1990-1999. In 2000-2005, he held a range of positions in the WHO, notably as Executive Director to the Office of the Director-General and as Head of the Health Emergencies group. In the past 12 years, he has been entrusted by successive UN Secretary-Generals (UNSG) to lead on Avian and Human Influenza, Food Security, Nutrition, Ebola, Sustainable Development, Climate Change and the UN response in Haiti. He is now (...)more...

António Guterres appointed next UN Secretary-General by acclamation

13 October 2016 – The General Assembly today appointed by acclamation the former Prime Minister of Portugal, António Guterres, as the next United Nations Secretary-General, to succeed Ban Ki-moon (...)

Former Norwegian Minister Erik Solheim Takes Reins at UN Environment Programme

Solheim pledges to tackle major environmental issues such as ocean and air pollution, climate change, and nexus between conflict, migration and the environment Nairobi, 27 June 2016 - Erik (...)

Election du prochain Secrétaire-General de l’ONU

Cette année, pour la première fois depuis la création de l’ONU et en grande partie pour répondre aux critiques des pays qui dénoncent la mainmise des membres du Conseil de sécurité dans la sélection (...)


The issue of forced migration has reached the limits of an unfortunate tragedy. Proof of this is the actions taken by the United Nations (such as UNHCR and the Office of the High Commissioner (...)

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Cyprus talks ‘on track’ ahead of international conference – UN envoy

Photos : Action Press/P.-M. Virot 11 January 2017 – As the United Nations-facilitated talks on Cyprus went into their third day in Geneva ahead of an international conference tomorrow, the UN adviser on the issue has said the discussions are “on track” and while there is still much hard work to do, an “historic” outcome could be reached as part of ongoing reunification efforts. Espen Barth Eide, the UN Special Advisor Cyprus who has been facilitating talks between the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders, told reporters : “We are on track, we have dealt with some of the most difficult issues we have touched upon almost all of them, we have solved many of them and we are close to resolving some other issues.” Taking a break from the discussions, Mr. Eide said that he expected the (...)more...

Launch of the “Macky Sall Prize for Dialogue in Africa

On 11th December 2016, the Prize Macky Sall for Dialogue in Africa was officially launched by the Independent Centre for Research and Initiative for Dialogue (CIRID ) in Geneva. The distinction (...)


Genève, le 15 novembre - M. Michael Møller, Directeur général de l’Office des Nations Unies à Genève (ONUG), s’est dit très honoré de recevoir le Prix d’excellence en communication de l’Union Suisse des (...)

Interview with ANA LEURINDA Executive Secretary of the African Commission of Health and Human Rights Promoters (CAPSDH)

Apart from being Executive Secretary of CAPSDH, Ana Leurinda is the Founder/President of the NGO Culture of Afro-Indigenous Solidarity. She is an alumnus of the Graduate Institute of (...)

Khatia Buniatishvili premier récital en solo au Victoria Hall

Les passionnés de musique classique auront la possibilité d’assister à un concert étonnant, organisé par l’association AVETIS, au Victoria Hall le jeudi 13 octobre 2016 à 20h. Cette association (...)


Politicians, diplomats, businessmen and financiers discuss aspects of the concept of sustainable transport in Ashgabat

27.11.2016 Transport Business Forum was held in “Yyldyz” hotel of Turkmen capital under the events timed to the Global Sustainable Transport Conference. Business meeting was aimed at intensification of the cooperation in transport sphere, consolidation of efforts in realization of perspective investment projects, which are summoned to make closer the countries and peoples, bring quality of life of the regions of the planet to new level. Business forum gathered heads and representatives of profile agencies and structures of the UN, large international organizations and banks, which are involved in implementation of large-scale projects in transport sphere as well as in elaboration of global rules of cooperation and development of transport systems. Representatives of well-known (...)more...

Interview with Doreen Bogdan-Martin, Chief Strategic Planning and Membership Department International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

She is the chief of the strategic planning and membership department at ITU. She is the one who oversees all the governance and communications functions within the organization. So whether it (...)

Uzbekistan : A Glimpse into the Future

Building their own development models, many modern progressive states have spent hundreds of years to develop their economies, political and legal systems. Progress made by Uzbekistan in just 25 (...)

SO BEAUTIFUL ! squatte l’Avenue de Breteuil

Du 22 au 28 septembre, So Beautiful !, show-room éphémère Archi, Déco et Design occupera trois appartements haussmanniens dans le 7ème arrondissement de Paris. La formule, originale, promet d’être une (...)

China-Russia trade corridor pilot caravan launched ahead of TIR implementation

Tianjin - The major overland trade route between China, Mongolia and Russia will be tested this week, ahead of the upcoming implementation of the TIR system in China. The 2,200km route will be (...)



Lorsqu’on parle des refugiées, le nom de Nansen revient souvent. Qui était-il ? Un grand blond qui se battait pour les vulnérables dans les fora internationales dans la période d’entre les deux grandes guerres ? Nansen : Explorateur et humanitaire, est une biographie consacrée à cet homme méconnu du grand public. Il n’était pas seulement un explorateur de l’Arctique, un grand scientifique en marine biologie, et océanographie dont les recherches scientifiques sont toujours valables aujourd’hui, mais il était aussi un diplomate ainsi qu’un humanitaire qui consacrait le reste de sa vie à cette lourde tâche, d’aider les gens vulnérables. Mettons-nous dans le contexte, l’Europe était dans un piètre état après la 1ère guerre mondiale. La méfiance était partout, et seul un homme comme Nansen bénéficiait de la (...)more...

Princess Charlene of Monaco and International Red Cross join forces for World First Aid Day 2016

Credit Photos : ActionPress/P.M. Virot In Geneva on World First Aid Day, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Creasant Societies (IFRC) and H.S.H Princess Charlene of Monaco (...)

Greek volunteers awarded top UN humanitarian honour for efforts with migrants and refugees

6 September 2016 – A Greek human rights activist and a Greek volunteer rescue team – Efi Latsoudi and the Hellenic Rescue Team (HRT) – have been jointly awarded this year’s Nansen Refugee Award for (...)


Kabul, 19 August 2016 – At the start of a three-day visit to Afghanistan, high-level officials from the United Nations and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation today commemorated World (...)

Iraq : UN seeks $284M to start aid response ahead of Mosul military operation

20 July 2016 – One of the top United Nations officials in Iraq is warning that an expected military operation in Mosul will lead to the largest and most dramatic humanitarian crisis in the world, (...)



Abstract This paper focuses on positive effects of elite groups project launched within Azerbaijan’s higher education system. It mainly explains so called SABAH project in the context of Azerbaijan State University of Economics. The author discusses SABAH groups’ positive influence on different aspects of higher education within the selected higher education institution. He is applying the Matthew Effect to support his arguments. KEYWORDS : elite groups ; higher education ; positive influence ; SABAH ; UNEC ; Azerbaijan In 2014, the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan launched so called SABAH Groups (SABAH is translated as a TOMORROW or FUTURE) project in order to raise the quality of higher education, to establish modern and distinct environment in universities, (...)more...

New UN report reveals millions of refugee children ‘missing out’ on education

15 September 2016 – In a new report, the United Nations refugee agency said that more than some six million school-age children under its mandate have no school go to and that refugees are five (...)

UN deputy chief highlights benefits from and challenges confronting oceans

27 June 2016 – Addressing a gathering on laws affecting the world’s oceans, the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson today underscored that healthy oceans are critical to (...)

Main features of Academic Leadership : reflections from Humphrey fellow

This paper briefly introduces my reflections based on lessons learned during the 2015 fall semester as a part of Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program. I will explore American academic leadership (...)

"DYSLEXIQUE…VRAIMENT ? Et si l’on soignait l’école"

Tout un programme ce titre du livre de Colette Ouzilou qui apporte un vent de fraicheur dans la réflexion sur les causes réelles de l’épidémie de dyslexie qui envahie depuis quelques décennies les (...)


Rencontre de deux mondes et de deux peintres : Kasper et Webber au pays de Cook

Qui aurait dit que le célèbre navigateur anglais James Cook allait réunir un jour le peintre genevois André Kasper et John Webber, son compatriote du 18e siècle. C’est l’histoire d’une île, d’une rencontre étonnante et de quelques malentendus. Après avoir accompli pendant dix ans deux extraordinaires voyages qui l’ont amené autour du monde, de la Terre de Feu à l’Afrique du Sud en passant par l’Australie, l’Indonésie et l’île de Pâques, l’équipage de James Cook vogue le 16 janvier 1779 en vue de la baie de Kealakekua (les Anglais entendirent « Karakakooa ») sur l’île connue aujourd’hui sous le nom de Big Island, la plus grande en effet de l’archipel hawaïen. Ceux qui pensent qu’Hawaï n’est rien d’autre qu’un club de surfers et la destination romantique favorite de jeunes mariés américains venant convoler sous (...)more...


Le 3 décembre à 20h30 au Victoria Hall de Genève découvrez les chefs-d’oeuvre de Rossini, Verdi, Puccini, Leoncavallo, Massenet, Bizet, Gounod... Après VIVA VIVALDI et VIVA CALLAS, l’association AVETIS (...)

Mystère et Beauté des Amish

Ceux qui ont parcouru un jour la Pennsylvanie auront peut-être croisé les carrioles des Amish vêtus de leur costume d’une autre époque. Ils exercent sur le voyageur fascination et étonnement. Le (...)

Interview avec Fabien Gronchi, artiste peintre

Un jour, en passant par le bar de Serpent, lors que la session de Conseil de Droit de l’Homme battait son plein, notre regard fut attiré par les tableaux de Fabien. Des couleurs, de la joie et de (...)

À Paris Inauguration de l’exposition « Irak sur Seine II » Maîtres contemporains de la peinture irakienne

« Irak sur Seine II » exposition consacrée aux maîtres de la peinture irakienne par la Galerie L’Harmattan, a été un grand succès pour un deuxième rendez-vous avec le public parisien de l’été, au cœur du (...)

Health and well-being

Final trial results confirm Ebola vaccine provides high protection against disease

An experimental Ebola vaccine was highly protective against the deadly virus in a major trial in Guinea, according to results published today in The Lancet. The vaccine is the first to prevent infection from one of the most lethal known pathogens, and the findings add weight to early trial results published last year. The vaccine, called rVSV-ZEBOV, was studied in a trial involving 11,841 people in Guinea during 2015. Among the 5,837 people who received the vaccine, no Ebola cases were recorded 10 days or more after vaccination. In comparison, there were 23 cases 10 days or more after vaccination among those who did not receive the vaccine. The trial was led by the World Health Organization, together with Guinea’s Ministry of Health, Medecins sans Frontieres and the Norwegian (...)more...

Even as HIV treatment soars, young women still face high infection risk, UN warns

21 November 2016 – The United Nations warned today that while more people than ever are accessing antiretroviral treatment for HIV, girls aged 15 to 24, transitioning to womanhood, face many (...)

On World Toilet Day, UN spotlights impact of sanitation on peoples’ livelihoods

18 November 2016 – To mark the 2016 edition of World Toilet Day, along with urging action to tackle the oft-neglected global sanitation crisis, the United Nations is also spotlighting the impact (...)

Plus d’un million de personnes traitées avec des médicaments très efficaces contre l’hépatite C Les prix élevés, un obstacle majeur à l’accès

GENÈVE – 27 octobre 2016 – Depuis son introduction il y a deux ans, plus d’un million de personnes dans les pays à revenu faible ou intermédiaire ont été soignées au moyen d’un nouveau traitement (...)

WHO urges global action to curtail consumption and health impacts of sugary drinks

11 October, 2016 ¦ Geneva : Taxing sugary drinks can lower consumption and reduce obesity, type 2 diabetes and tooth decay, says a new World Health Organization (WHO) report. Fiscal policies that (...)

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Nasser…. ce jour du 28 septembre

Anouar El’Sadate grimpait nerveusement l’escalier de l’appartement de la famille Nasser, en ce début d’après-midi agité du 28 septembre 1970. Il rata la dernière image du raïs vivant. Il eut juste le temps de lui fermer les yeux. Gamal Abdel Nasser est mort dans son lit après une vie animée de victoires, d’espoir et de déception. L’Egypte ne sera jamais remise de cette perte. Il est rare qu’un homme politique divise autant l’opinion publique de son pays depuis près de sept décennies. L’Egypte qui l’a vu naître en 1918 sera toute autre à sa mort, ce jour du 28 septembre ancré dans l’histoire de celle-ci telle une huitième plaie. Le raïs rendit son dernier souffle, emporté par une complication cardiaque, en état d’épuisement total. Menant une guerre d’usure contre Israël après la défaite de 1967, cette guerre a (...)more...

Revivre la Patrie *

La Patrie n’est pas un lieu géographique inéluctable défini par les lois de la nature ou par les impératifs de la vie. Elle est la demeure de l’amour premier, la demeure de l’enfance, celle du (...)

Retrouver Camus

Albert … Le jour où tu as perdu la vie, j’avais à peine 7 ans. Je ne te connaissais pas encore ni même lu aucune de tes (...)

Le double miroir de Mahfouz

Aucun romancier égyptien n’ose encore se départir de l’héritage de Mahfouz ni revendiquer publiquement sa succession. Et pour cause. Ses disciples1 le prennent pour ce qu’il fût : le maître. Cette (...)

L’Amour se renouvelle ...

L’Amour se renouvelle ... Mauresque Il n’existe de jour qui passe sans sentir ton souffle remonter à mes lèvres Ton absence t’impose telle une source d’eau, masquée d’ombres, dans un jardin andalou (...)

Poetry and literature

« Sans Patrie », le livre qui prépare et annonce Heidi

Tout le monde connaît « Heidi », pas forcément l’original, c’est-à-dire les tomes publiés en allemand par Johanna Spyri en 1880 et 1881, mais sans doute ses adaptations et traductions multiples et diverses (dont des suites qui ne sont pas de l’auteure), ses versions pour enfants (raccourcies et simplifiées), et surtout ses apparitions au cinéma (inoubliable Shirley Temple), dans des séries télévisées, et le nouveau visage presque définitif que lui a donné le Japonais Isao Takahata en 1974 dans son dessin animé en 52 épisodes qui a fait le tour du monde… Et j’en oublie certainement ! Tellement reproduite, allongée, raccourcie, transformée, adaptée, que l’on ne sait peut-être plus très bien de quoi l’on parle. Et puis, que sait-on de Johanna Spyri ? Trop peu de choses. Mais ce que l’on sait renverse tous les (...)more...

Literature in the service of peace - 25 years of the United Nations Society of Writers (UNSW), Tuesday 14 Oct., 1 p.m. Library Events Room, United Nations, Geneva


On Saturday 10 March beginning at 11 a.m. and continuing until well past noon, the United Nations Society of Writers/Société des Ecrivains des Nations Unies and its literary journal Ex Tempore (...)

Zidane Meriboute, Islam’s Fateful Path

We are happy to inform you on the publication by the Londonian Publisher I.B Tauris of the translation and Update into English of the book : "La Fracture islamique:demain le soufisme ?" , (...)

At Sixty

Sixty is no eschatological age, but a breathing pause after a good run. Sixty is no end and no beginning, but a hyperbolic notwithstanding, a parable of sowing and reaping, a metaphor of (...)

Travel reportage

Elephant poaching rates virtually unchanged in 2014

CITES MIKE programme says that elephant populations continue to decline owing to steady poaching trends Positive progress in East Africa, but situation deteriorating in Central and West Africa. First compliance measures adopted Geneva/Kasane, 23 March 2015 – According to the latest figures released by the CITES programme for Monitoring the Illegal Killing of Elephants, commonly known as MIKE, overall elephant poaching rates at monitored sites remained virtually unchanged in 2014 compared to the previous year. Poaching rates still exceed natural elephant population growth rates, meaning a continued decline in elephant numbers overall is likely. The latest CITES MIKE figures presented today at the African Elephant Summit in Kasane (Botswana), show no increase in the overall poaching (...)more...

Le Paxmal : un temple de paix dans les montagnes suisses

Ce temple, c’est l’histoire d’une vie et d’une œuvre, celles de Karl Bickel (1886-1982). Ce Zurichois fut à la fois peintre, sculpteur, graphiste et dessinateur renommé de timbres-poste. Il fut aussi (...)

A taste of the ancient Silk Road The Aslar Sadosi Festival in Khiva, Uzbekistan

The Asrlar Sadosi (Echo of the Centuries) Festival is an annual event dedicated to the preservation of traditional culture in Uzbekistan. It all started in 2008, when the Fund Forum, a public NGO (...)

Eco-tourism in Jordan

In a beautiful modern building on a hill overlooking one of the landmarks of Amman stand the offices of Wild Jordan. The building is functional, modern and fits into the landscape, and it gives (...)

Le Palais idéal du Facteur Cheval

Tout ce que tu vois, passant, Est l’oeuvre d’un paysan. Ferdinand Cheval A environ deux heures de Genève existe un lieu (...)

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Le fil invisible entre humilité et éternité

"J’emporte avec moi la conscience de ma défaite comme l’étendard d’une victoire", écrivait Fernando Pessoa, l’immense et humble écrivain portugais, dans son "Livre de l’intranquilité". Si le Portugal est aujourd’hui sur toutes les lèvres, ce n’est pas seulement grâce à son équipe de football, Championne d’Europe 2016, décrochant la toute première médaille d’or de son histoire ; mais parce qu’elle l’a faite dans la dignité et dans l’humilité, en battant la France, chez elle, au Stade de France. Pourtant, la dernière victoire du Portugal face à la France remonte à ..1975. Pendant toute cette période, la France a battu le Portugal 10 fois. Des chiffres qui poussent plutôt à la réflexion. Grand pays du football, patrie d’Eusebio, de Figo et de l’inévitable Cristiano Ronaldo, le Portugal a traversé cette compétition (...)more...

Qu’a t-elle donc apporté !!!!!

Tous les pays communément du tiers monde ont été à un moment de leur histoire colonisés par un pays tiers. Cette colonisation s’est faite pour soit disant "civilisés" ces "peuplades primitives". Cet (...)

A ces hommes politiques qui nous dirigent

Au risque de dépeindre un tableau noir, au risque de faire rire certains, au risque que cela tourne au ridicule, au risque que l’histoire ne se répète à ces hommes politiques qui nous dirigent. Dans (...)

Aujourd’hui le monde arabe

On pourrait humilier des peuples pendant des décennies, on pourrait par le biais de la force, par le biais d’un pouvoir autoritaire asservir tout un peuple. Si a cela on ajoute l’appui (...)

A ce Liban, a ce rêve

Il est de ceux qui se battent pour un idéal et qui sacrifient leurs vies. Il est de ceux, pour qui leur terre est sacrée Il est de ceux pour qui, le pays est synonyme de symbole, d’entité, de (...)

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The Mansion House, Dublin : A brief history

At the heart of historic Dublin, the Mansion House celebrated its 300th anniversary (1715-2015). It is the only mayoral residence in Ireland and is older than any surviving in Britain. Home to the Lord Mayor of Dublin during his or her term of office, the Mansion House has been the centre of civic hospitality for three centuries. It is a rare example of Queen Anne style architecture in Dublin and is the oldest ‘free standing house’ in Dublin. A 1715 description of the house quotes ‘the rooms are all fourteen feet three inches high, all exactly well wainscoted with very good floors’. The (...)

Wexford ‘Old and New’ : A miscellany of events

Bishop Edward Daly D.D : Death and Legacy

Nations at War : Centenary Commemorations 2016

Irish Madonna Hungary : Bishop Walter Lynch of Clonfert