Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
IPSC Foreign Affairs Submission: review of Ireland’s foreign policy approach to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
On February 4th 2014 the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign made a 14-page submission to the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s ‘Review of Ireland’s Foreign Policy and External Relations’.
In Decemeber 2013 the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade:
“invited [people] to have your say on what our foreign policy priorities and goals should be” [and that] “submissions can address any issue related to Ireland’s foreign policy which they consider to be of relevance“
As the Department also believes that “respect for and the promotion of human rights has always been and will continue to be a cornerstone of [Irish] foreign policy”, we submitted a document outlining what we feel should be the Irish governments policies and priorities with regard to Foreign Affairs, Trade and External Relations in regard to the situation in Palestine/Israel.
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