“Strong bonds of friendship have connected Ireland and Africa for generations” – Minister Brophy. Zainab Boladale: how we can embrace Africa and its diaspora. Africa Day 2021 is here! Africa Day 2020 moves online as cultural and community links between Ireland and Africa are celebrated across social media Marking Africa Day 2020 Online Africa Day 2019 Festivities Draw to a Close Minister of State Cannon launches nationwide programme of community-based events to celebrate Africa Day 2019 Minister Cannon Welcomes Africa Day 2019 Events across Ireland
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Minister Cannon Announces Africa Day 2019 Invitations to Local Authorities Get the most out of Africa Day 2018! Transport Information for Travelling to Africa Day 2018 Africa Day 2018: Child Safety Notice Africa Day 2018, the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development and You! Introducing the Africa Day 2018 line-up! Call for entries: writers of all ages encouraged to enter Africa Day writing competition Introducing Africa Day 2018 Champion: Boidu Sayeh Introducing Africa Day 2018 Champion: Kuxi Ghai Introducing Africa Day 2018 Champion: Dagogo Hart Volunteer at Africa Day Dublin 2018 Africa Day 2017 highlights video Africa Day to be celebrated in locations around the country Minister McHugh Launches Africa Day 2017
Africa Day 2021 takes place on Tuesday, 25th May.

Although restrictions on physical gatherings are in place due to public health measures, preventing the holding of in-person events to mark the occasion, the Africa Day website and social media channels will facilitate virtual celebration and reflection until it is possible to meet once again in person.