Where in the world is ‘home’?
For some emigrants, Ireland will always be the place they call ‘home’, while for others, ‘home’ is where they now live
Is “home” a house, a village, a county or a country? Or is it a feeling rather than a physical place?
For some emigrants, Ireland will always be the place they call “home”, while for others, “home” is where they now live, where they have made a new life for themselves.
We’re looking for contributions from Irish people living abroad about their concept of where “home” is, and what the word means to them. Leave a comment below this article, or email your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org, with ‘Home’ in the subject line. Many thanks.