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dublin / anti-capitalism / news report Dé Domhnaigh Iúil 06, 2014 15:00 byAnti-Imperialist Front Ireland 1 comment (last - dé luain iúil 07, 2014 19:56) 2 images
Yesterday, we held a very successful meeting in Dublin in solidarity with the antifascist resistance, and the brave people of Ukraine under constant threat from the fascist Kiev regime.
Once proceedings got under way we were connected through a skype call to a surgeon who gave us all an account of what was going on in his region, and in his hospital. One of the main things he emphasised was the need for money and medical supplies, and how there are another 3 hospitals in the region too were medical supplies need divided around between them. We were also connected to 3 other citizens in Ukraine who all gave harrowing accounts of the situation there. Indeed, it was a very emotional and moving meeting for all concerned.
We had a great contribution from the floor too with such questions raised as to how we can all help, and how we can combat against the lies being spun by the media.
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the Communist Party of Ireland for the use of the venue, and everybody for making the meeting possible, during this critical time in Ukraine. The process of launching a campaign in support of the antifascist resistance in Ukraine has begun, but again, we need all of your support to make it work.
Solidarity to the People's Republic's, Solidarity to the Antifascist Resistance in Ukraine! read full story / add a comment
dublin / anti-war / news report Dé Luain Meitheamh 23, 2014 21:39 byWISE Up Wales 2 comments (last - dé máirt meitheamh 24, 2014 10:36) 3 images 1 video file
Gerry Conlon's speech in full, filmed by Dave Donnellan at Trinity College Dublin, in solidarity with Chelsea Manning and her family. With introductory song 'Giuseppe Conlon' by Joe Black.
Dave Donnellan writes:
"On the 29 November 2013 an event was held in Trinity College Dublin to mark the visit of the family of Chelsea Manning to Dublin. During the evening Gerard Conlon gave a speech that nobody who was there is ever likely to forget. It was Gerard Conlon at his best: fiery, courageous and compassionate. May he rest in peace."
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dublin / anti-capitalism / news report Dé Domhnaigh Meitheamh 22, 2014 17:15 byAn Spréach 4 comments (last - dé sathairn meitheamh 28, 2014 15:45) 2 images
Today, June 22, members of An Spréach Housing Action Committee removed an anti-homeless device installed on the premises of the Department of Social Protection. read full story / add a comment
An Spréach, meaning The Spark, is a small housing action group formed due to the housing crisis in Dublin and beyond. We aim to use and develop tactics to highlight the appalling housing situation faced by many ordinary people throughout Ireland. We seek, through the use of direct action, to liberate vacant housing as a campaigning method and as a means of providing accommodation for those in need. read full story / add a comment
dublin / miscellaneous / feature Dé Sathairn Meitheamh 07, 2014 01:59 bydublin rambler 1 comment (last - dé sathairn meitheamh 07, 2014 01:56) 1 image
In 2012 public opposition forced the ditching of a plan for a "retirement village" on the side of the Dublin mountains, isolated from services and public transport and cut off by the M50, in an area normally zoned for agriculture and public amenity and widely used by the public. A previous plan for a private school on the site had been rejected for similar reasons in 2005. After the local elections the plan is back in a lightly tweaked form, with the developer's sister among a number of newly elected councillors supporting the project. read full story / add a comment
dublin / environment / press release Déardaoin Meitheamh 05, 2014 11:53 byEarth First! Éire 2 comments (last - dé haoine meitheamh 06, 2014 16:47) 1 image 1 video file
Yesterday, Wednesday the 4th of June, activists from No Fracking Dublin, Earth First Éire, Shell to Sea, Young Friends of the Earth and other concerned citizens gathered outside the Conrad Hotel on Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2 to protest Ireland's reliance on fossil fuels and the giveaway of natural resources by the state. read full story / add a comment
dublin / workers issues / news report Dé Céadaoin Bealtaine 28, 2014 13:13 byAndrew 1 comment (last - dé haoine bealtaine 30, 2014 00:16) 1 image 1 video file
The Herald contains a bizarre full page whinge from the owner of the Paris Bakery about how the publicity their failure to pay their workers received has 'destroyed my life.' It's heartening as the occupation enters its 6th day to see that both Yannick Forel and Ruth Savill have come under enough pressure from the workers to feel the need to make public statements. But they need to meet with the workers and make arrangements to pay the estimated 130,000 in wages owed. read full story / add a comment
Wednesday 21st saw another successful defence against an eviction in Dublin. This time in the Stoneybatter area. We put out an alert after we were told that a gang of 3 men with crowbars "came this afternoon and broke in to one of the houses. About 40-50 people showed up outside to show support, then 5 Garda showed up. People inside resisted and argued until the alleged owners and Garda left the house and left the street to a large round of applause. read full story / add a comment
Members of Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning's family made a second trip from Wales to Dublin last week, to report back on February's visit to Chelsea in Fort Leavenworth, to catch up with friends made last November in Ireland and this January at the Manning Truthfest in Pembrokeshire, and to see a bit of Dublin. The family's visit to Chelsea in February was paid for with donations made to the Private Manning Family Fund, the first time in nearly four years that the family had received any financial support with prison visits. read full story / add a comment
dublin / elections / feature Dé Sathairn Bealtaine 10, 2014 13:20 by1 of Indymedia 14 comments (last - dé máirt meitheamh 10, 2014 00:30) 8 images 1 attached file
The Euro and local council elections take place on Fri May 23rd and nationwide there are 11 MEPs to be elected to represent Ireland Euro elections will also be taking place across Europe for a grand total of 751 seats in the European Parliament. Regrettably the European Commission which is composed of 28 non-elected and appointed commissioners and is besieged by thousands of lobbying firms working for the private sector, is probably reckoned to have more power. Yet despite this Europe matters because at least 70% of our legislation comes from there and practically most of the regulation in a diverse range of areas originates from Europe and some of the more background regulation has its origins with corporate lobbyists with the aim of using heavy regulation to put smaller competitors out of businesses by greatly increasing the relative costs for smaller businesses. The main political parties of Fianna Fail and Fine Gael constantly tell us they are pro business and for jobs and the economy. In fact they are for big business, privatisation, outsourcing of jobs, lower wages, less social safety net and their support of big business and corporations constantly results in the suffocating of small business which are the very areas that lead to most employment. read full story / add a comment
dublin / rights and freedoms / opinion/analysis Dé Máirt Aibreán 29, 2014 22:53 byDave Moore 1 image
Eden College, one of Ireland's biggest private colleges and which until recently trumpeted former Minister for Education Batt O'Keefe as its President, abruptly shut up shop at the end of last week, laying off its staff. ICOS has been busy dealing with the fall-out. read full story / add a comment
Buried in the DLC CC website is a notice inviting members of the public to have their say in the 2016 - 2022 development plan. These are types of plans throughout the country that have been shaped, influenced and manipulated by corrupt developers in the past and probably will continue to do so in the future.
The consultation period has already been in operation for over a month since March 19th and continues until May 14th.
This is the public chance to have their say. However DLR have been very coy about this and have given very little publicity about it. It appears you have to know about it in order to find out about it. read full story / add a comment
April/May edition of the Beir Bus (Dublin) read full story / add a comment
Season Four of the Dublin Film Qlub, “Burning the Closet!”, continues with…
Dir. Ron Peck, 1978
Starring: Ken Robertson, Tony Westrope, Rachel Nicholas
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dublin / irish social forum / press release Dé hAoine Márta 28, 2014 00:40 byEamon Mc Caughey 1 image
The Progressive is holding a weekend film festival Titled Slices of Life in the Face of Life at the Pearse centre From 4th to 6th of April read full story / add a comment
dublin / anti-capitalism / news report Dé Luain Márta 24, 2014 01:34 byNico 6 comments (last - déardaoin márta 27, 2014 17:56) 7 images
The term ‘gentrification’ was coined in 1964 by sociologist – Ruth Glass. She defined it as a change in the social structure and housing market in working class areas. She explained – "One by one, many of the working class quarters have been invaded by the middle class - upper and lower ... Once this process of 'gentrification' starts in a district it goes on rapidly until all or most of the working class occupiers are displaced and the whole social character of the district is changed" (Glass, 1964, p.xvii). read full story / add a comment
dublin / history and heritage / opinion/analysis Dé Luain Márta 17, 2014 11:29 byJohn O'Shea 1 comment (last - dé máirt márta 18, 2014 21:16) 3 images
All over Ireland, leprechauns are being found in front of banks and cultural venues in suspected protest over banking crisis or perhaps a protest against St Particks 'plastic paddy' sterotypes? read full story / add a comment
The series looks at the influence that the industrial dispute had on several different artistic disciplines from Literature and Song to Poetry, Drama and History. read full story / add a comment
dublin / anti-war / news report Déardaoin Nollaig 19, 2013 18:48 byCiaron 2 comments (last - dé céadaoin eanáir 08, 2014 14:18)
Medium Geoff Keating is fighting to get his horses returned to him after Urlingford Pound entered private property in North Dublin and removed 15 horses.
Spots looks malnourished after 6 days in the pound. Is this down to stress? Lack of food? Mistreatment? Or all of the above? You can see Spots is tied up and the rope is taut. This means Spots is unable to eat, drink, move around or even lie down. read full story / add a comment
Sath Lún 02, 2014 05:55 UK Indymedia Features
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Women's battle against undercover policing: Week of Action Céad Márta 12, 2014 17:08 | Police Spies Out of Lives | en
Updates to the Indymedia Newswire Domh Feabh 16, 2014 20:44 | IMC UK | en
New squatting law starts to crumble - Keep squatting! Luan Samh 11, 2013 20:31 | imc-uk & housing war | en
Attack on The Casa Aoine Samh 08, 2013 16:32 | UK Indymedia | en