Welcome to the homepage of the The Donegal Diaspora Project.

Irish Company Promotes Donegal to Diaspora in US.

Boston old State house
Boston Old State House


Donegal will be promoted as a world-class place to live and do business, at a leading Irish-American event in Boston this week.

The annual conference of Irish Networks USA, which connects Irish associations in cities across the US in order to bolster business, cultural, and community links between the United States and Ireland, is taking place between 5th and 8th November. 

Irish and Irish-American professionals... Read more.


Image of University of Edinburgh

As part of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at the University of Scotland, at Edinburgh, a Scottish Centre for Diaspora Studies is a pivotal part of understanding the legacy of migration from Scotland. The Scottish Centre for... Read more.

Rosita Mahony providing an overview of Ireland’s Call App on the European Stage

In a world where digital connections are becoming increasingly vital in linking businesses, sharing information and engaging with people, the work of Rosita Mahony, GIS & Research Co-ordinator Donegal County Council, is gaining considerable... Read more.


Tip O'Neill Monument Buncrana

T.P. O’Neill (1912-1994) Irish American Politician (1926-1987) & Speaker (Leader) of the American House of Representatives (1977-1987)

For 10 years Tip O’Neill was, as Speaker of the American House of... Read more.

The new Donegal video promoting Donegal as a great place to live, to work and do business has gone viral.

This video, which has been produced by Donegal TV for Donegal County Council as part of the campaign to reach out to Donegal’s global... Read more.