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Washington DC - A bipartisan group of Senators introduced the "Improving Laundering Laws and Increasing Comprehensive Information Tracking of Criminal Activity in Shell Holdings (ILLICIT CASH) Act" to stop the creation of shell corporations in the United States. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Thursday June 27, 2013 20:55 by Republican Sinn Féin
Republican Sinn Fein would like to thank the Conway Mill, Belfast for the use of its facilities; the Orient Pub on the Springfield Road for hosting a very successful function on the Friday night and David Rovics for supplying great music and song. To those who helped in making the Forum possible; to those who took part in the sessions and to those who travelled from various parts of Ireland and a special thanks to those who travelled from abroad. We would also like to say particular thanks to Roy Garland who offered a Unionist perspective to the Forum. We are grateful to him for such insightful contributions over the two days.
A booklet will be printed within a short time with the submissions made to the Forum which will make for fascinating reading. It will be available from the Head Office at 223, Parnell Street, Dublin 1. ///
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international / summit mobilisations / press release Thursday June 13, 2013 21:08 by Mark Covell 2 comments (last - thursday june 13, 2013 23:11)
It has been almost twelve years since the Genoa G8 2001 summit demonstrations descended into a Dantes hell for both sides. Amnesty itself has said of Genoa that there was ‘the biggest suspension of democratic rights in a western country since WW2’. My Name is Mark Covell and I was almost killed during the Diaz school raid. read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / feature Friday September 04, 2009 23:39 by Chekov Feeney 38 comments (last - thursday october 15, 2009 10:06) 9 images 2 video files
One of the great problems that people encounter in making up their minds about the Lisbon treaty is that, depending on who you talk to, the treaty can appear to be an altogether different thing. According to those who are campaigning for a Yes vote, it merely serves to tidy up the existing European treaties, with a few changes to allow the EU to function more efficiently. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Monday August 31, 2009 04:17 by iosaf 1 comment (last - monday august 31, 2009 17:42) 1 image
Medical authorities in Colombia have confirmed that president Uribe is currently infected with AH1N1 (or the dreaded swine flu). Colombian state press officer César Mauricio Velásquez told press that on return from the emergency summit called in Argentina to discuss new US bases to Colombia, Uribe suffered an exceptionally high fever and all the usual symptoms at which point they did the tests (& one presumes brewed up some chicken broth and ordered in some tamiflu). The Colombian state medical officer Juan Gonzalo López confirmed to press that the president is receiving clinical care at the presidential palace rather than in hospital.
On a trivial point this of course makes him the second head of state in the world to contract Swine Flu. The first was the president of Costa Rica, Oscar Arias who caught the virus during his attempts to broker a settlement between the legitimate and usurpist regimes of Honduras earlier this summer. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / opinion/analysis Wednesday June 24, 2009 16:20 by john 4 comments (last - thursday june 25, 2009 10:13)
Their names are John Kerr, former British ambassador to US and deputy chairman of Shell UK, also Jeroen Van der Veer, CEO Netherlands.
Also present at this meeting were Irishman Dermot Gleeson who is or has been involved with Independent News Media, has recently resigned as Chairman of AIB and is chairman of UCC governing body since 2007 and another Irishman Peter Sutherland who is worth looking at on Wikipedia as someone who has his fingers in a lot of pies.
A Guardian journalist, Charlie Skelton attempting to report on events was seriously followed and harassed over several days. read full story / add a comment
In 2001 G8 met in Genova.
They were violent days of the suspension of civil rights that still weigh on the collective consciousness, along with the memory and sorrow for the death of Carlo Giuliani.
They were also days in which the "greatest men of the earth" developed the new creed of liberal globalization as it was a new universal religion. read full story / add a comment
See you on the barricades read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Tuesday April 07, 2009 12:15 by Paula Geraghty 17 comments (last - thursday april 09, 2009 20:20) 15 images
World Leaders shut down Strasbourg and invalidated international treaties, locally negotiated agreements just for a photoshoot of global leaders on the 60 'BirthDeath' of Nato. More Police were deployed on the streets of Strasbourg than is being promised to Afghanistan. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Sunday October 12, 2008 12:39 by TaraWatch 4 comments (last - tuesday october 14, 2008 11:14) 3 images 3 video files
FERROVIAL, who are building the M3 motorway through the Tara archaeological complex and SHELL, who are building the gas pipeline in Mayo are just two of the companies attending a conference on Stakeholder Engagement, within the realm of Corporate Social Responsibility in Barcelona this Monday and Tuesday, 13th and 14th of October We need people to help us engage in the conference, by sending activists and emailing participants. http://www.ethicalcorp.com/stakeholder/agenda.asp
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international / summit mobilisations / news report Wednesday July 16, 2008 04:25 by dr 1 comment (last - thursday july 17, 2008 11:32) 1 image
G8 Genoa: Police receive low sentences read full story / add a comment
This is a poem made up of acrostics that I wrote after the G8 meetings last year documenting my thoughts on the indvidual countries that make up 'The Group of Eight". Feel free to add your own creative writing/work (and/or comments). read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Monday June 23, 2008 17:26 by A 3 comments (last - thursday june 26, 2008 18:46) 6 images
Report back from a recent trip to Lima to submit a report on Shell's and the Government's activities in Mayo, to a Permanent Peoples Tribunal at the Summit of the People. read full story / add a comment
national / summit mobilisations / news report Wednesday November 07, 2007 01:44 by Tara supporter 1 comment (last - wednesday november 07, 2007 16:44)
7 Beacons send message of hope and call for help in the tradition of our ancestors. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / press release Friday February 16, 2007 16:54 by Michael Mc Loughlin 3 comments (last - wednesday february 21, 2007 16:20)
Foreignpolicy.ie has learnt that only a limited amount of EU legal instruments will be translated into Irish despite the fanfare of Irish becoming an “official” EU language.
A spokesperson for the Council has confirmed to us that regulation number 920/2005 only covers regulations adopted by co-decision. This means that laws adopted outside of co-decision will not be translated and importantly directives (one of the main sources of EU law), resolutions and decisions will not be translated.. read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Sunday December 31, 2006 14:04 by anti g8 16 comments (last - thursday april 19, 2007 12:13) 2 images
From 4th to 7th of June 2007 the G8-Summit in Heiligendamm, in the proximity of Rostock, in Germany takes place. Also the mobilization of the Leftwing against the G8-Summit already runs on full speed. Different alliances are founded,several nationwide meetings did take place, also with international participation and an approximate plan of action for the protests is already fixed. Already now there are numerous actions, which mobilize to the events of protest against the G8-summit. Because of the 100.000 expected demonstrators at the Main Manifestation in the Rostock City at 2nd of June 2007 the policeforces are preparing since some time their operation and security plan for the whole region and for Rostock. Here comes an overview over the conditions of the mobilization.
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dublin / summit mobilisations / news report Thursday August 31, 2006 00:32 by seedot 2 comments (last - thursday august 31, 2006 13:42)
A report on the Geary Lecture 2006, organised by the ESRI, presented by Professor Joseph Stiglitz in the Burlington hotel on the afternoon of 30th August read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Thursday June 01, 2006 19:51 by Paula Geraghty 3 comments (last - thursday june 01, 2006 20:10) 19 images
Popular beat combos such as the Basque favourite Am Paranoia (?), Rashid Taha and some really good Greek bands played to entertain the masses after the heavy days foruming! read full story / add a comment
international / summit mobilisations / news report Sunday May 07, 2006 19:22 by Paula Geraghty 4 comments (last - monday may 08, 2006 21:16) 10 images