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IMPORTANT: Debt & Development day of action this Saturday in Dublin

category international | anti-capitalism | press release author Wednesday July 16, 2003 12:32author by Anonymous - Debt & Development Coalition Report this post to the editors

Please e-mail on to all those that you know

Please try and make it to Dublin city centre this Saturday, July 19th, at the times and locations below - for an important few hours of action, to put pressure on the Irish government to live up to its own policy of supporting 100% debt cancellation, which it announced this time last year. Thank you.
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(To view the below properly go to Ireland's Debt & Development web site at http://www.debtireland.org

YOU THINK THE DEBT CRISIS IS OVER?
A BIRTHDAY WITH A DIFFERENCE

One year ago on 19th July 2002, the Irish Government launched its policy supporting 100% debt cancellation.

"We the people are calling for a lot more actions not more words".

Calling all young and old, - Make July 19th a National Day of OUTCRY For Cancellation of the Debt of the poorest people in OUR WORLD.

HELP US

"To encourage Mr Bertie Ahern, to make Debt Cancellation one of his EU presidency priorities in January 2004".

COME JOIN US in SOLIDARITY with the Poorest People in OUR WORLD on Saturday July 19th 2003.

11.30am - Top of Grafton Street
Collecting signatures on the street, plus more….

2.30pm - Assemble to dance, sing, and chant "Cancel the Debt" down Grafton St. to Central Bank

3.00pm - Central Bank, Dame Street
Public signing of LARGE petition by groups/agencies/campaigners/people

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD - MAKE YOUR PRESENCE COUNT!

For more info contact:-

Anne Reilly - Education and Campaigns -Debt & Development Coalition Ireland, All Hallows, Grace Park Road, Dublin 9.Tel 01-8571828 Fax 01-8573140 email: ddc@connect.ie
web: http://www.debtireland.org

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   Don't mean to be cynical, but...     MG    Wed Jul 16, 2003 13:22 
   Organised by the Debt & Development Coalition of Ireland     Anonymous    Wed Jul 16, 2003 13:36 
   Don't mean to say MG is a wanker but ...     .    Wed Jul 16, 2003 14:36 
   To .     Seán    Wed Jul 16, 2003 15:18 
   Where's Bono?     Ciaran    Wed Jul 16, 2003 16:38 
   Dear Mr Full Stop...     MG aka wanker aka arsehole    Thu Jul 17, 2003 15:11 
   re: makes no difference     non-cynic    Thu Jul 17, 2003 21:43 


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