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Galway - Event Notice
Saturday February 01 2014
10:30 AM

Socialism 2014 Galway

category galway | anti-capitalism | event notice author Monday January 06, 2014 17:42author by anon Report this post to the editors

Galway Day School on Socialist Ideas

Socialism 2014 Galway takes place on Saturday 1st Feb from 10:30am onwards in the Imperial Hotel, Eyre Square, Galway



Sexism, Commodification and Women's Liberation
with Sinead Kennedy NUIM

Can we stop the planet burning? Climate change.
with John Molyneux

Mad men. A cultural critique of a mad system.
with Brian O'Boyle

3.30 pm
State and Revolution. Can we smash the State?
with James O'Toole

For more information contact: 085 7366971 or email: 5dette@eircom.net

Related Link: http://www.swp.ie/content/socialism-2014-galway
author by looking for a vision - nonepublication date Thu Jan 30, 2014 20:39Report this post to the editors

Thats a great selection of speakers and interesting material to be discussed.

I hope its well attended but i fear it won't be for the simple reason that rural Ireland including the big towns and small cities like Galway produce too few Progressives. I'm not saying none; i'm saying too few and the evidence is uncontestable on this.

However i would commend the organisers. Events like this provide an alternative way of thinking that is desperately needed in this country today.

author by wageslavepublication date Sun Feb 02, 2014 06:58Report this post to the editors

Did anyone present make recordings of any of these sessions?
If so, could they post links here so others could listen to them.


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