MacBride Principles


Sean Mac Bride & Fr. Sean Mc Manus in New York in the spring of 1976, eight years before the announcement of the Mac Bride Principles.

The MacBride Principles at 25

MacBride Principles Honoree Fr. Sean McManus December 9, 2009 Irish Echo Father Sean Mc Manus was born February 6, 1944 in the townland of Clonliff, in the parish of Kinawley, County Fermanagh. The parish of Kinawley is divided by the Border and is partly in Fermanagh and partly in Swanlinbar, County Cavan. Fr. Mc Manus […]

MacBride Principles – Genesis and History

By Fr. Sean McManus June 1993 Now that the MacBride Principles have become a well- established and powerful campaign in the United States, it is appropriate to recount how the Irish National Caucus initiated, proposed, and launched these Principles. Furthermore, it is important to set the record straight as some are attempting “revisionism” — trying […]

Support for the MacBride Principles as of October, 1999

Internationally • The Irish Government; the British Labor Party • Major sections of the British and Irish trade union movements • Nobel Peace Prize Winner and co-founder of the Peace People, Mairead Corrigan of Belfast Religious Leaders, Organizations and Pension Funds • American Baptist Convention • American Baptist Churches, USA • Archdiocese of Manchester, New […]

The Definitive History Of The MacBride Principles

–AND A BOOK YOU MUST READ– A”Must Read” for All MacBride Supporters. The first book to tell the complete story of the MacBride Principles. 136 pages packed with vitally important details and 24 photos which help to document the story from 1978 to the present. Read about your friends — Maybe even yourself — As […]

The MacBride Principles – The Essence

By Father Sean McManus President, Irish National Caucus Updated February 2001 There are 69 United States companies (with over 9 employees) doing business in Northern Ireland and many of them — because of the systematic practice and endemic nature of anti-Catholic discrimination — had been subsidizing discrimination. (However, since the MacBride Campaign began, 58 companies […]

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