Generation Emigration

The Irish Times forum by and for Irish citizens abroad

Going back to Ireland is terrifying as well as incredibly exciting After four years in Korea, I have mixed emotions about leaving
We need a strategy on return migration 'Failure to attract young emigrants back will have serious social and economic policy implications in the future'
‘There’ll be a lump in my throat before throw-in on Sunday’ My living room in Utah lacks the atmosphere of Croke Park but I won’t miss a minute of the action, writes Seamus Leonard
Noonan admits some people are ‘forced to emigrate’ So emigration isn't always a 'lifestyle choice' Minister?
Warning to emigrants: Respect local laws and customs Number of Irish imprisoned in Australia on the rise, Irish Council for Prisoners Overseas warns
‘Losing so many to emigration is a huge blow to our society’ Emigrants and experts share views on return migration at NYCI conference
10 years home: reflections of a returned emigrant There comes a time in every emigrant’s life when they return to Ireland or decide to call their adopted country home
‘The newer Irish seem more willing to blend in’ Neil Ardiff has noticed a generational divide between older and newer Irish in Boston