Irish Unity

Brexit or no Brexit – Partion has failed

Brexit or no Brexit; Partion has failed A common false narrative has arisen that the aspiration of a United Ireland is a direct result of Brexit. While we cannot deny that the 2016 Brexit referendum and subsequent political and economic chaos has undoubtedly increased momentum towards Irish Unity, the political aspiration of a United Ireland far...

Getting people registered to vote in an Irish Unity referendum

Getting people registered to vote in an Irish Unity referendum. The efforts of the Irish Unity community over the last four years in engagement and communication with each other have been an important period in which we had discussions with fellow socialists, republicans, civic nationalists even unionists and loyalists, its brought us to this point....

2021; Be Bold and Ambitious, Lets Call for May 2023 for Irish Unity Referendum

YES for Unity support calls for a 22nd / 23rd May 2023 Irish Unity Referendum. Nothing focuses the mind like a deadline, it adds a sense of urgency, allows us to plan towards a goal and create the methodology for success.The Irish Unity community have been collectively engaged with the referendum debate for some time...

Irish Unity-Does the Bomb and Bullet still exist in Irish Politics?

It has been 11 years ago now since the INLA finalised the end to their armed campaign, explaining they are now pursuing their objectives through exclusively peaceful and political means. That announcement in 2009 meant the 2 main Republican armed groups engaged in the conflict had called time on the armed struggle to achieve...

Yes For Unity to Address Future Panelist Imbalance

Following constructive criticism received by our followers, Yes For Unity will attempt to address the imbalance on the panels for our future public talks & debates. Our well received and supported events  play an important role within the Irish Unity campaign, and it is important that the entire Irish Unity community and society in general...

With or Without a Border Poll, We Want Irish Unity.

During the week, the British Secretary of State, who has overarching control over the Border Poll mechanism as per the Good Friday Agreement shot the idea down by claiming the threshold to trigger the poll has not been met. This comes as no suprise to the Irish Unity community; we wont and dont expect the...