Dublin has a New Europeans branch.
Established in 888, Dublin is a European capital full of old charm and new vitality. With a mix of small streets and modern outlining areas, the city is benefiting from recently improved infrastructure and excellent transport initiatives. There are plenty of things to do and see and when you have annual festivals such as the St. Patrick's weekend, Culture night and Blooms day, Baile Átha Cliath (Irish for Dublin) makes a wonderful weekend getaway for people of all ages. Dublin also boasts a rich mixture of cultures with people from all over the world having made a home there.
Right now, Ireland's capital is in the process of establishing a network of willing volunteers with the aim of organising a regular schedule of meetings and to take initiatives in the local community on behalf of New Europeans.
In what is hoped will be the first of many, the Dublin branch is hosting a meeting at 4pm on the 20th of January at the Bank of Ireland Trinity Branch, Hamilton Building, Trinity College, Dublin 2.
The Hamilton Building is located near the Lincoln Place entrance. You can check out the event here.