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international / rights, freedoms and repression / press release Saturday April 25, 2009 17:05 by pat c   text 2 comments (last - saturday august 01, 2009 18:35)   image 5 images
Authorities in Iran are still attempting to crush the student movement that has been organising against the theocratic state, and against imperialist warmongering and sanctions. A leading member of the Students for Freedom and Equality group, the DAB (Daneshjouyan-e Azadi Khah va Beraber Talab), Peyman Piran, is facing deportation from Norway. Members of DAB have said that Peyman’s life would be in danger if he is returned to Iran after being subjected to ill-treatment and imprisoned for anti-regime activities going back to 1999. You can help Peyman by contacting the norwegian consulate and the Refugee Council of Norway to demand that he is permitted to stay in Norway (details below).
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mayo / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Friday March 27, 2009 18:41 by Shell to Sea   text 4 comments (last - monday march 30, 2009 18:19)   image 5 images
A letter was handed in to the norwegian Ambassador to Ireland at the norwegian embassy on Molesorth Street in Dublin yesterday. Norway has a large stake in the disputed and controversial Corrib gas scheme, despite the state company StatoilHydro, having a supposed commitment to ethcial behaviour.
The letter was written by Maura's husband, Naoise, and he was accompanied by their daughter and supporters from various political backgrounds and a number of well wishers. read full story / add a comment
mayo / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Wednesday March 25, 2009 22:57 by Shell to Sea   image 3 images
"The way we work is as important as the goals we reach," says norwegian state company StatoilHydro's president, Helge Lund. "We want to be recognised as a company that combines high performance with high integrity," he says.

Naoise Ó Mongain, Maura Harrington's husband, is handing in a letter to the norwegian ambassador on Thursday 26th March at 1.00PM at the norwegian embassy on Molesworth Street (just across the road from the passport office).

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galway / anti-capitalism / news report Wednesday March 11, 2009 11:45 by Medusa   text 3 comments (last - saturday march 14, 2009 14:04)   image 5 images
A Teach-in/Entertainment organised by Galway Shell to Sea, on the theme of “the resources of Ireland belong to the people of Ireland.” read full story / add a comment
mayo / environment / news report Monday September 15, 2008 22:57 by Sam (text), Simon (photo's)   text 9 comments (last - wednesday september 17, 2008 14:53)   image 20 images
Today Maura Harrington marked her birthday with a seventh day on hunger strike, while supporters from the UK & Ireland demonstrated across London to bring attention to her protest. Maura, a teacher in NW Mayo, is part of the Shell To Sea Campaign which has been actively opposing Shell's latest attempts to lay an 80 km sea based stretch of gas pipeline. read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / news report Wednesday November 07, 2007 14:12 by John Carmody   text 3 comments (last - thursday may 14, 2009 13:10)   image 1 image
What was Norway doing this summer when we were on holidays? Norway was killing whales! What was doing Norway when people were whalewatching? Norway was killing whales!

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Protest at the Norwegian Embassy, Dublin
dublin / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Thursday August 23, 2007 19:00 by Shell to Sea   text 3 comments (last - tuesday august 28, 2007 17:48)   image 5 images
A scheme like the one that Shell are trying to force on the people of Erris would never be allowed to go ahead in Norway. Statoil pride themselves on working closely with communities, and as a state company, some of their profits are going to pay for pensions, schools, hospitals etc in Norway, so to some extent they are working for the public good.

Of course none of this applies in Ireland- here the people will gain next to nothing from the Corrib scheme, and those who stand against it are beaten and imprisoned.

So today, some Shell to Sea activists gave out info to people passing the norwegian embassy and the Passport Office in Molesworth Street Dublin, encouraging people to take out norwegian citizenship. It's the only way that Irish people can profit from Corrib gas... read full story / add a comment
Protect Irish Natural Resources
dublin / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Tuesday August 21, 2007 22:02 by Shell to Sea   text 3 comments (last - friday august 24, 2007 01:17)   image 4 images
D'iarr Shell chun Sáile orainn theacht ag Ambasáid an Ioruaidh, 34 Sráid Theach Laighin, BAC 2, ar an Déardaoin seo, 23 Lúnasa, ag 1 p.m.

There will be a Shell to Sea Protest at the norwegian embassy, 34 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, on Thursday August 23rd at 1.00 PM
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mayo / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Thursday May 17, 2007 21:39 by Shell to Sea   text 8 comments (last - tuesday may 22, 2007 15:25)   image 13 images
Syttende mai (May 17th) is celebrated by Norwegians in Dublin to mark the anniversary of the signing of the country’s first constitution, and independence from Sweden.

Of all the countries in the in the world, Norway has one of the highest standards of living. To a great extent, this is because of the country’s natural resources, which are carefully managed through the state company Statoil.

Statoil owns a chunk of the Corrib gas field and is working on getting more gas from under the sea off the west coast, so Ireland's natural resources are also playing their part in raising the living standards of the norwegian people.

Once again this year, activists from Shell to Sea joined in the festivities, distributing flags and leaflets to the norwegian people and raising awareness of the fact that the Irish establishment are not doing such a good job of looking after our natural resources. read full story / add a comment
dublin / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Wednesday February 07, 2007 20:01 by Paula Geraghty   text 9 comments (last - friday february 09, 2007 16:16)   image 13 images
Short Photo story on Shell to Sea cheque delivery today at Shell headquarters and norwegian embassy read full story / add a comment
dublin / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Monday February 05, 2007 23:40 by Dublin Shell to Sea   text 5 comments (last - thursday february 08, 2007 10:34)   image 1 image
After the lunchtime talk in Trinity, Shell to Sea Activists from Dublin and Mayo will hand in a symbolic cheque to the norwegian embassy, to make the point that while the people of Ireland will gain nothing from the Corrib Scheme, the people of Norway, through thir country's part ownership of Statoil, will benefit from the exploitation of Irish resources.

The norwegian embassy is on Molesworth Street, opposite the Passport Office.
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clare / miscellaneous / event notice Sunday October 15, 2006 14:01 by tony kirby
The Clare Shell To Sea group will be involved in three actions this week commencing 16.10.06 read full story / add a comment
international / racism & migration related issues / other press Tuesday May 30, 2006 11:30 by solidarity   text 6 comments (last - tuesday june 20, 2006 04:25)   image 1 image
( I saw this posted on UK Indymedia)

Norway: Afghan refugees on hungerstrike

After a demo on 22 of may, afghan refugees are escalating with a hungerstrike their protests against the decision of the norwegian government for their immediate deportaton to afghanistan.

26 May: 23 Afghan refugees started a hunger-strike in a central park in Oslo.
More refugees are expected to join the hunger-strike within the next days.

More than 800 Afghan refugees were marching in Oslo streets. There were also many norwegian, Pakistani, Iranian and Kurdish activists, despite the weather that was so bad and raining.

There were also another 4 demos in the north and south of Norway. Pepole from many refugee camps participated in these demonstrations.

The refuges said:
"We said if the Gov don't comply our demands we will start massive hunger strike.
We will continue the protest until we succeed in our demands.
Our demand is to live safely somewhere in this world.
We need your support." read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / event notice Wednesday May 03, 2006 14:00 by John Carmody
Norway has again announced a kill for this year of 1052 and even to ARAN 1 is too many – there should be no killing full stop. Please join us for a peaceful protest outside the norwegian embassy which is also centrally located in Dublin city centre and remind the Norway ambassador that Ireland does NOT support the killing which is going to take place. read full story / add a comment
The Peppercanister Church with the critic, Sean Crudden, in the foreground.
dublin / arts and media / news report Sunday April 23, 2006 13:02 by Sean Crudden   text 2 comments (last - friday november 06, 2015 14:07)   image 2 images
Yesterday evenings recital was an effort by the Association of Music Lovers to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of norwegian composer Christian Sinding. read full story / add a comment
doesn't look like that.
international / arts and media / other press Thursday February 02, 2006 10:46 by iosaf   text 63 comments (last - wednesday february 15, 2006 14:28)   image 6 images
This story began (for some) on the 30th of Sept. 2005 when a Danish newspaper published a series of cartoons depicting Muhummad PBUH the prophet of Islam.

For others this story began on the 14th of February 1989 when Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini then supreme leader of Iran issued a "fatwa" calling for the execution of Salman Rushdie on Tehran radio.

& for yet others more, this story began with the Quran and that no visual images or depictions of God exist because such artistic depictions may lead to idolatry and are thus disdained. A similar position in Christian theology is termed iconoclasm. Moreover, most Muslims believe that God is incorporeal, making any two- or three- dimensional depictions impossible. This prohibition is extended to the prophets of God. (peace be upon them).
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dublin / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Friday January 20, 2006 02:12 by Angus McGregor   text 2 comments (last - friday january 20, 2006 15:06)
NEW SCOTLAND DOSSIER ON CIA PLANES--The one the media are talking about.

[SECRET DOSSIER FOLLOWS, with proof (PHOTOS, dates, times) that CIA planes landed in Scotland. read full story / add a comment
dublin / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Thursday September 08, 2005 23:43 by anarchaeologist   text 1 comment (last - sunday september 11, 2005 22:29)
Dublin Shell to Sea will be mounting another picket on the norwegian embassy on Molesworth Street (opposite the Passport Office) on Monday lunchtime between 1 and 2. read full story / add a comment
dublin / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Friday September 02, 2005 00:26 by anarchaeologist   text 1 comment (last - tuesday september 13, 2005 14:03)
One of the most bizarre things about the whole Corrib gas saga is the fact that the Irish tax payer gains nothing from the exploitation of this resource. No new hospitals. No new schools. No new creches. No new playgrounds... We'll even have to buy the gas at the full market rate.

Yet, the norwegian tax payer, through Statoil, has a 36.5% stake in the Corrib gas field and will benefit greatly from the discovery. read full story / add a comment
international / environment / news report Tuesday August 30, 2005 15:25 by anarchaeologist   text 2 comments (last - tuesday august 30, 2005 18:07)   image 9 images
Up to 30 people took part in a picket of the norwegian embassy this lunchtime to protest at the involvement of Statoil in the continued detention of the Rossport 5 in Cloverhill prison. read full story / add a comment
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