Ireland’s Strategy for Latin America & the Caribbean
Ireland’s Strategy for Latin America and the Caribbean to 2025 envisions a stepping-up of engagement with the thirty-three countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Strategy takes account of the historical links that Ireland has with the LAC region and the considerable opportunity to expand connections in the areas of trade, culture, education and others. It also reflects the deepening of Ireland’s relations with the region in recent years.
We will find new and smarter ways to work with the thirty-three countries in the region in our joint endeavour to build a safer, more just and sustainable future.
Innovative political, economic, cultural and people-to-people exchanges will be at the heart of our efforts – whether at the bilateral, EU or multilateral level.
Read the full strategy below:
Irish stories in Latin America: Educational Resource Pack
Lesson plans aimed at 5th class and 6th class students (10-12 years old) explore some lesser known but remarkable stories of key Irish figures in Latin America.
Ireland and Argentina in the 20th century
The Department of Foreign Affairs presents Professor Dermot Keogh’s book on Ireland-Argentina relations, titled "Ireland and Argentina in the twentieth century".
Rural Development and Peacebuilding in Ireland and Colombia
The Department of Foreign Affairs was delighted to host a discussion on “Rural Development and Peacebuilding in Ireland and Colombia”.
Ireland-Chile Trade and Investment Dialogue
The Department of Foreign Affairs hosted an Ireland-Chile Trade and Investment Dialogue with the Ireland-Chile Chamber of Commerce.