ca-ni-logo_blk_n_white_sml1The demographics of Northern Ireland have been ever changing, increasing multiculturalism and diversity, parallel to social and economic regeneration, following the Belfast Agreement (1998), St. Andrew’s Agreement (2006) and the return of Devolved Government on May 08, 2007.

To effectively deal with these changes, International, European and Good Relations, and the development of an all inclusive society, the Consular Corps/Association of Northern Ireland (CA-NI) was established.

CA-NI serves officials of Diplomatic, Consular or International Organisation rank (Career or Honorary), appointed to Northern Ireland (or a jurisdiction which includes Northern Ireland), and accredited to Northern Ireland by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).

group200 Officials are appointed to further the interests of the country or organisation they represent through commercial, educational, academic, sport and cultural activities. They also endeavour to assist and protect the interests of their Nationals.

All activity is conducted within the framework of either:

• Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (VCDR)
• Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (VCCR)
• Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties between States and International Organizations or between International Organizations / International Organisations Act.

Consular Corps/Association of Northern Ireland (CA-NI) | Email: secretariat@ca-ni.org

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