The Good Friday Agreement ranks among the most significant peace accords in history. This May will mark the 15th anniversary of this historic peace effort. The event will reflect on the importance of this agreement and the impact that it has had in the ongoing peace process.
This symposium event feature a keynote speech by Senator George Mitchell who was one of the key players in creating this landmark agreement. In addition to Senator Mitchell, the event will also feature expert speakers and panelists, including members of Congress, and others who have supported the peace process.
For more information, contact Sean Pender, NJ AOH President and AOH National FFAI Chair via phone at 609 462 7056 or email at email@example.com or Dan Dennehy, NYS FFAI Chair via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission is free, but seating is limited to 900. Tickets will be issued for seat reservations. Seating is limited, so please only make reservations if you are sure that you can attend.
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Date/Time: Thursday, May 23, 2013 6:00PM to 9:00PM
Place: Cooper Union Great Hall/ The Foundation Building
Seven E 7th St between 3rd and 4th ave
New York, NY