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first_imgNewsCommunityGlobal network to connect Limerick peopleBy John Keogh – July 24, 2014 729 Email Advertisement Print TAGSGlobal Limerick Network  A NEW project aims to build on the success of last year’s Gathering initiative by reaching out to over 3.5 million people from or with a connection to Limerick city, county and the surrounding region.Coordinated by Limerick City and County Council and supported by a working group drawn from the local community, the Global Limerick Network (GLN) is seeking to create a worldwide network through which Limerick people will facilitate the connection of the Irish diaspora.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The GLN’s mission is to provide a platform for people from Limerick to meet, re-establish and build new friendships, to learn about their communities, exchange information, network, share ideas, and for any other purpose the members of the network think useful,” explained GLN spokesperson Tim O’Connor.Mr O’Connor, who is a member of the Limerick City of Culture Board and former chairman of the Gathering Advisory Board, said the future directions and priorities of the GLN will be informed by an online survey.“How it is used is up to those involved. It could be for a multitude of purposes including business, social, tracing ancestry and many others. It is essential to the work of the Global Limerick Network to open and develop communication channels with people connected to Limerick, and this survey is a mechanism to begin that dialogue,” Mr O’Connor explained.The survey, ‘Connecting with Limerick’, is available on www.limerick.ie/gln.via Global network to connect Limerick people (232) | Limerick Post Newswrite. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Previous articleGoing to the gothic side of the cityNext article#newmusic GOING 90 – ‘Slow’ John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Global Limerick Network reveals findings of diaspora studylast_img read more