About

CHAMP is a not-for-profit organisation, which promotes peace and prosperity in Northern Ireland, and throughout Ireland and the UK.

Our aim is to raise awareness of the tremendous progress being made in Northern Ireland, and bring these achievements to the attention of international political and business leaders.

We work to enhance the image of Northern Ireland throughout the world by promoting a greater understanding of the culture and heritage of its people, and highlighting the huge potential for growth and investment throughout Ireland, North and South.

We do this by holding prestigious and high-profile events to showcase the fantastic political, economic and cultural developments of recent years. We host one of the most high-profile St. Patrick’s Day events in the world, an annual reception in the Houses of Parliament with the UK Prime Minister and the Taoiseach.

Our events have been addressed by the UK Prime Minister and the Taoiseach, the First and Deputy First Ministers of Northern Ireland, Secretaries of State for Northern Ireland, United States Senators, High Commissioners, Ambassadors and representatives from North American, Asian, European and Commonwealth countries.

We engage on a broad range of issues, challenges and opportunities affecting Irish people today. With the support of leaders in business and politics from around the world, we hope to translate the solidarity and goodwill shown towards the island of Ireland and Irish people into tangible and sustainable benefits for all.

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RT @10DowningStreet: "Today, we reflect on 20 years of remarkable progress since the signing of the Belfast Agreement…by working together w…
Posted on 10 Apr
RT @RTEArchives: Good Friday Agreement 1998 A historic day for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, as the Good Friday Agreement i…
Posted on 10 Apr
RT @BBCPolitics: Good Friday Agreement: Clinton visit marks anniversary https://t.co/B8FRfxamcG
Posted on 10 Apr