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Press Release: Dublin Anarchist Bookfair – Something for every radical

category dublin | miscellaneous | press release author Wednesday May 26, 2010 16:36author by PRO WSM - Workers Solidarity Movementauthor email pro at wsm dot ie Report this post to the editors

Kicking off on Friday night with a launch party for new magazine ‘Irish Anarchist Review’ in Seomra Spraoi, Dublin’s autonomous social centre (http://www.seomraspraoi.org:8080/Plone) and finishing on Sunday with a Radical Walking Tour of Dublin, this weekend’s Dublin Anarchist Bookfair will have something for every radical with discussions and debates on a huge variety of topics likely to appeal to every radical – from those with a worked out view of how society can be improved to those who have a niggling feeling that capitalism just isn’t working and that there must be a better way of ordering society.

Dublin Anarchist Bookfair – Something for every radical

The Great Oil & Gas Giveaway….How a handful of exploration companies got their hands on the hundreds of billions of oil & gas wealth and what we can do about it.
The Struggle for a woman’s right to choose: from the global to the personal
A History of Irish Revolutions…. Popular militancy 1917 to 1923
Revolutionary unions in Spain today
Lost Revolution - The Successes and Failures of the Workers Party…. A discussion led by Brian Hanley and Scott Millar, the authors of the book "The Lost Revolution”
An Introduction to Anarchism
Israeli Apartheid, BDS and Grassroots Resistance in Palestine
Organising the Unorganised….Trade Union Organising in Las Vegas
Fighting their crisis….After the anti-capitalist blocs and the Anglo Irish protests how can we build to defeat the government and make the rich pay for their crisis?

Kicking off on Friday night with a launch party for new magazine ‘Irish Anarchist Review’ in Seomra Spraoi, Dublin’s autonomous social centre (http://www.seomraspraoi.org:8080/Plone) and finishing on Sunday with a Radical Walking Tour of Dublin, this weekend’s Dublin Anarchist Bookfair will have something for every radical with discussions and debates on a huge variety of topics likely to appeal to every radical – from those with a worked out view of how society can be improved to those who have a niggling feeling that capitalism just isn’t working and that there must be a better way of ordering society.

All day Saturday, Liberty Hall will be buzzing with conversation and debate both at the meetings (see www.wsm.ie/bookfair for a full timetable) and at the book and information stands which will contain plenty of information about community, trade union and political campaigns in Ireland and abroad and a huge array of books and pamphlets on a variety of radical topics.

“Since the first Dublin Anarchist Bookfair 5 years ago, this event has grown to be one of the biggest left wing political events in Dublin every year,” said Ciaran Murphy, a member of Workers Solidarity Movement and one of the Bookfair organisers. “This year’s event promises to be an exciting and interesting occasion, bringing together a wide variety of anarchists, activists and just ordinary people who are looking for new ideas.”

“With the capitalist crisis deepening anarchism and anarchist ideas are becoming relevant to the lives of more and more people. Anybody who believes that there has to be a better way of organising society should try to get along to Liberty Hall on Saturday and sample some of the political ideas on view,” Mr. Murphy concluded.

Doors open at 10.30 on Saturday the 29th of May in Liberty Hall, Dublin

Further information from: http://www.wsm.ie/bookfair or at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=103538506349459

For confirmation/further information please contact Workers Solidarity Movement Bookfair Organiser Ciaran Murphy on 086 3177487
Note:- Anarchist Bookfair Organiser, Workers Solidarity Movement (WSM), is an Irish anarchist organisation with branches in Dublin and Cork and members in several other places around the country. WSM members are actively involved in many community and trade union campaigns, and have been involved at local and workplace level in building opposition to the government bailout of bankers and developers.
For more information about the WSM visit our website www.wsm.ie

Related Link: http://www.wsm.ie/bookfair
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