Peoples News issue No. 110 Date: 21 – 9 – 14 22:01 Oct 01 1 comments
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For lefties too stubborn to quit
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A spot of bother over the Technical Group and some apparently unwelcome new arrivals 17:33 Wed Oct 22, 2014 | WorldbyStorm
A government called hope? 11:31 Wed Oct 22, 2014 | WorldbyStorm
What you want to say ? 22nd October 03:53 Wed Oct 22, 2014 | WorldbyStorm
SF, the IRA and another legacy of the conflict. 19:12 Tue Oct 21, 2014 | WorldbyStorm
Joined up thinking for the Irish Left
The Changing Pattern of Foreign Investment in China Wed Oct 22, 2014 13:36 | John Ross
Welcome to the New Tax Avoidance Scheme, Same as the Old Tax Avoidance Scheme Mon Oct 20, 2014 16:26 | Michael Taft
Revealed: EU science chief promised to be ?flexible? towards Israel?s war crimes Thu Oct 16, 2014 15:21 | David Cronin
Austerity is Over? Now Back to the Real World Wed Oct 15, 2014 17:21 | Michael Taft
A New Kind of Trade Unionism Emerging Wed Oct 15, 2014 16:24 | Irish Left Review
The Extraordinary Synod in Rome. Will it bring extraordinary times? Wed Oct 22, 2014 07:09 | GuestPost
A new Constitutional Settlement for Northern Ireland: Queries from International Law Mon Oct 20, 2014 10:27 | Aoife O'Donoghue
Why Budget 2015 must be that last of its kind Fri Oct 17, 2014 08:36 | Liam Thornton
Socio-Economic Rights & Budget Analysis: Some Notes on Available Resources, ?Progressivity? and Non... Thu Oct 16, 2014 11:55 | Liam Thornton
Legal pathways to reproductive justice and abortion rights #repealthe8th Mon Oct 13, 2014 15:00 | GuestPost
Farewell from NWL Sun May 19, 2013 14:00 | namawinelake
Happy 70th Birthday, Michael Sun May 19, 2013 14:00 | namawinelake
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Gayle Killilea Dunne asks to be added as notice party in Sean Dunne?s bankruptcy Fri May 17, 2013 12:30 | namawinelake
Anti-Fascist Action welcomed the decision today of Trinity's Philosophical Society to withdraw the invitation to Nick Griffin, leader of the far-right British National Party (BNP), who was due to speak at a debate entitled 'This House Believes That Immigration Has Gone Too Far' next Thursday 20th October.
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dublin / rights and freedoms / news report Friday October 14, 2011 12:09 by Dave 1 comment (last - saturday october 15, 2011 23:46) 4 images 1 video file
A flavour of Day Six on Dame Street ... read full story / add a comment
dublin / anti-capitalism / news report Tuesday October 11, 2011 16:10 by Trade Union TV 3 comments (last - friday october 14, 2011 15:31) 1 video file
What's the issue? What's not the issue- because something has to be done and if not us then who.
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dublin / anti-capitalism / news report Wednesday October 05, 2011 13:55 by Fintan 9 comments (last - friday october 21, 2011 11:03) 3 images 4 video files 2 attached files
Michael Albert, writer, activist, author of 'Parecon - Life after Capitalism' and co-founder of ZNet, will be speaking at various locations in Dublin on 11th and 12th of October 2011 (details below).
Subjects include media, participatory economics, the creation of a new international organisation for a participatory society, and strategy for social change.
The events are part of a visit that involves UK, Ireland and Spain. Website and further info available here.
Attached are a flyer and poster if you wish to promote the events.
Please forward to anyone you think may be interested.
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The NATO bombardment of Yugoslavia in 1999 was led by former US President Bill Clinton. Clinton, for a massive fee, is guest speaker at the Global Irish Economic Forum in Dublin Castle on 7th/8th October 2011. Other criminals in Dublin for this event will be the IMF-EU-ECB ‘Troika’. Here to set the economic rules for the Irish government.
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One of the main criticisms of the status quo in Iran is the relegation of women to second-class citizens, something which had been explored by Iranian filmmakers repeatedly in the previous years. Many of these filmmakers were involved in the Green Wave, and this season attempts to select work which represents both these artists and their concerns on the rights of women in contemporary Iran. As the regime cracked down on protesters, the punishments imposed on many of the names mentioned in these notes make for chilling reading: Pegah Ahangarani and Mahnaz Mohammadi, repeatedly arrested and imprisoned, currently on release; Mohammad Rasoulof, imprisoned for six years; and most cruelly, Jafar Panahi, imprisoned for six years, and prohibited from filmmaking for 20. read full story / add a comment
dublin / arts and media / press release Wednesday September 28, 2011 14:57 by antrophe 7 comments (last - monday october 03, 2011 14:07) 1 image
rabble is a non-profit, newspaper from the city’s underground. It’s collectively and independently run by volunteers. rabble aims to create a space for the passionate telling of truth, muck-raking journalism and well aimed pot-shots at illegitimate authority. We stand within, and with, Dublin as it struggles from below against the ghost of the Celtic Tiger and the state it left us in. We support those who fight with a new world in their hearts and encourage those who create cultures that seed hope in bleak times. Those involved know each other from alternative media and street mobilisations, from raves, gigs and the football terraces, or by just living in the village that is Dublin. We range from people living and raising their families in the city, to community and political activists, to artists, messers and mischief-makers. We Are rabble. read full story / add a comment
Trinity's Philosophical Society has invited the leader of the racist British National Party, Nick Griffin, the speak in a debate entitled, "This House Believes that Immigration has gone too far."
Concerned students and organisations are organising to oppose the BNP leader. read full story / add a comment
dublin / anti-capitalism / press release Monday September 12, 2011 21:05 by Republican Network for Unity - Dublin 1 image
The recent comments made by the Minister for 'Social Protection' Joan Burton, that the approved cuts last July to social welfare were “regrettable and necessary,” is nothing short of a malicious attack on an unprecedented scale against the most vulnerable citizens in this country. read full story / add a comment
dublin / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Monday September 12, 2011 15:58 by Dave Moore 12 comments (last - sunday march 16, 2014 12:08)
Exactly six months ago today, the board of directors of Dublin Food Co-op received a written complaint of ‘physical assault’ and ‘violently aggressive behaviour’ on its premises. Most of them seem to have been running away from it ever since. read full story / add a comment
dublin / arts and media / press release Tuesday August 16, 2011 03:49 by Love Music Hate Racism 1 image
28 acts take to the stage in Sweeney’s for Love Music Hate Racism’sElectric Picnic Fundraiser this Friday 19th August. The event is splitinto two parts with the early show being Love Music Hate Racism’sfirst underage show featuring 7 teenage bands, kicking off at 2pmupstairs on the 1st floor.The underage gig was organised by JordenBukspan , a young student at Stratford college who approached LMHRwanting to get involved.read full story / add a comment
Forget so-called conspiracy theories. Instead look at reality. Dare ask yourselves who actually seems to have benefited from the 9-11 calamity. In light of the debt ceiling debates and continuous politics as usual of Washington D.C., it is time for the American people and individual states of this federation to look at a troubling set of facts. There seems to have been “several” beneficiaries of 9-11 that don’t exactly fit the story line we were constantly fed by the propaganda machine and mainstream media as to how to connect the dots (which we were rhetorically asked to do). read full story / add a comment
On 88th anniversary of Lausanne Treaty which divided Kurdistan into four parts, Kurds in Ireland launched a 3-days hunger strike today outside European Union House. read full story / add a comment
dublin / gender and sexuality / press release Thursday June 30, 2011 14:08 by Conor, Suzanne, Shane 1 image
The following is the press release about the counter-demo... read full story / add a comment
dublin / rights and freedoms / news report Thursday June 30, 2011 11:20 by Residents Against Racism 9 comments (last - thursday july 21, 2011 18:31) 2 images
Over the last few weeks Residents Against Racism have received numerous complaints regarding a blatant display of Gollywog Dolls in front of a Dublin shop window. read full story / add a comment
Press Release, Friday 24th June 2011, 1pm read full story / add a comment
dublin / anti-capitalism / news report Monday June 20, 2011 23:49 by Michael Gallagher 5 comments (last - wednesday june 22, 2011 23:33) 5 images
dublin / anti-capitalism / news report Monday June 13, 2011 19:01 by Angry Dubliner 4 comments (last - friday june 17, 2011 13:16) 5 images
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dublin / consumer issues / opinion/analysis Sunday June 12, 2011 19:36 by Dave Moore 4 comments (last - monday september 12, 2011 21:19)
Today marks three months since the Dublin Food Co-op received a complaint of ‘physical assault and violent aggression’ on the premises. Despite the seriousness of the charge, the directors’ collective response was feeble in every respect, leaving those who reported the incident out in the cold. read full story / add a comment
dublin / crime and justice / press release Sunday June 12, 2011 16:23 by JUSTICE FOR RACHEL PEAVOY CAMPAIGN 1 image
Rachel Peavoy was a 30 year old mother of two young boys. On Jan 11 2010 Rachel froze to death in her home which she had pleaded with her landlords Dublin City Council to be moved for 3 years without success.
Her living conditions were of inhumane standards. She was isolated in a derelict block of flats with major anti social and drug dealing problems and also major maintenance problems. We want answers to why she was left to die in such conditions by Ireland's biggest landlord Dublin City Council. Many more still live in such conditions and this should never be allowed happen again. The human rights of these people need to be respected. read full story / add a comment
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