Irish American Unity Conference

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About Us

We, the members of the Irish American Unity Conference, assent to the universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations on December 10, 1948. We assent to the international instruments and declarations relating to human rights which have been adopted by the United Nations. We believe that Ireland's right to sovereignty independence and unity is inalienable - and indefeasible. We believe that over the centuries, as colonial Britain has sought to conquer, dominate and rule Ireland, the British government has violated the human rights of the Irish people. We believe that neither Britain nor a small minority selected by Britain has any right to partition the ancient island of Ireland, or to determine it's future as a sovereign nation. We believe that in the observance of human rights, all the children of Ireland, to whom the future belongs, are cherished equally.


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