Calling Irish Community Groups in New Zealand

Kia Ora, Dia Dhaoibh a Chairde, Dear Friends, 

We need your help!

One year in from opening the Embassy of Ireland in Aotearoa New Zealand, we are asking for your help to better understand the Irish community here. This short survey, we hope, will assist in showcasing the rich Irish history we have in New Zealand, as well as the opportunities for future collaboration and connection.

We are delighted to be partnering with the Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Otago on this project, and would be most appreciative if you could take 10 minutes to fill the survey in.
Le gach dea ghuí, Is mise le meas, ngā mihi,
 
Peter Ryan - Peadar Ó Riain - Peteru Ryan
 
Ambasadóir na hÉireann - Ambassador of Ireland -  He Māngai Kāwatanga o Airangi - Amapasa o Aialani
 

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* 1. Name of group

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* 2. Year of Establishment

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* 3. Core Mission or Purpose - please specify

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* 4. Core Interest - tick all that apply

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* 5. *If Sports interest - tick all that apply

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* 6. Estimated number of members

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* 7. How often do you meet in a calendar year

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* 8. What facilities does your group have

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* 9. Contact person

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* 10. Primary organisation web site url (enter N/A if none)

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* 11. Social media platforms used by organisation - tick all that apply

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* 12. Postal address of group

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* 14. Have you registered for Cruinniú Chairde na hÉireann, Friends of Ireland Gathering, yet?

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* 15. What are your plans for St Patricks Day 2020?

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* 16. Are there any future areas/projects you would like to collaborate with the Embassy on?

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* 17. Would you like to be added to the Embassy of Ireland email newsletter?

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* 18. Would you like to be added to the Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies email notifications?

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* 19. All information recorded in this survey will be anonymised and will not be shared with third parties. Your personal data will not be used for any other purposes other than those related to this project.

If you would like to opt out of being contacted by the Embassy of Ireland in New Zealand or the Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Otago, please tick this box.

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