Upcoming Events

Mayo | Miscellaneous

no events match your query!

New Events

Mayo

no events posted in last week

Blog Feeds

Human Rights in Ireland
A Blog About Human Rights

offsite link Poor Living Conditions for Migrants in Southern Italy Mon Jan 18, 2021 10:14 | Human Rights

offsite link Right to Water Mon Aug 03, 2020 19:13 | Human Rights

offsite link Human Rights Fri Mar 20, 2020 16:33 | Human Rights

offsite link Turkish President Calls On Greece To Comply With Human Rights on Syrian Refugee Issues Wed Mar 04, 2020 17:58 | Human Rights

offsite link US Holds China To Account For Human Rights Violations Sun Oct 13, 2019 19:12 | Human Rights

Human Rights in Ireland >>

Lockdown Skeptics

Lockdown Sceptics

Stay Sceptical. Control the Hysteria. Save Lives.

offsite link 27% Of Adults in the E.U. Unlikely to Accept a Covid Vaccine, According to a New Survey Thu May 13, 2021 16:12 | Michael Curzon
More than a quarter of adults in the E.U. are either "very unlikely" or "rather unlikely" to accept a Covid vaccine, according to a new survey. Lack of trust in the safety of the vaccine is the main reason for hesitancy.
The post 27% Of Adults in the E.U. Unlikely to Accept a Covid Vaccine, According to a New Survey appeared first on Lockdown Sceptics.

offsite link Boris Confirms ?Nothing? is Ruled Out in Responding to Indian Variant. How Worried Should We Be? Thu May 13, 2021 13:22 | Will Jones
Boris Johnson confirmed today that "nothing" is ruled out in responding to the Indian variant including new lockdowns. But does the data show that the variant is anything for us to worry about?
The post Boris Confirms “Nothing” is Ruled Out in Responding to Indian Variant. How Worried Should We Be? appeared first on Lockdown Sceptics.

offsite link ?Externality Argument? for Lockdown Isn?t as Strong As It Seems, Argue Economists Thu May 13, 2021 11:43 | Noah Carl
The ?externality argument? for lockdown says that government should restrict our freedoms to prevent us from harming others. In a recent paper, two economists explain why this argument isn't as strong as it seems.
The post ?Externality Argument? for Lockdown Isn’t as Strong As It Seems, Argue Economists appeared first on Lockdown Sceptics.

offsite link Almost Five Million People Waiting to Start NHS Hospital Treatment in England Alone Thu May 13, 2021 10:47 | Michael Curzon
The number of people waiting to start hospital treatment has risen to 4.95 million in England alone, according to the latest NHS figures.
The post Almost Five Million People Waiting to Start NHS Hospital Treatment in England Alone appeared first on Lockdown Sceptics.

offsite link Some Funeral Venues Still Imposing 30-Person Limits on Services After May 17th Thu May 13, 2021 10:21 | Michael Curzon
The 30-person limit on the number of mourners who can attend funerals is set to end in England on May 17th, but some venues are still imposing this restriction beyond the next step of the "roadmap" out of lockdown.
The post Some Funeral Venues Still Imposing 30-Person Limits on Services After May 17th appeared first on Lockdown Sceptics.

Lockdown Skeptics >>

Voltaire Network

Mayo - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Party Against the Pipe festival

category mayo | miscellaneous | event notice author Monday March 14, 2011 11:40author by party against the pipeauthor email partyagainstthepipe at gmail dot comauthor phone 0851141170 Report this post to the editors

June Bank Holiday weekend 4-6th, Pollathomas, Co.Mayo

Come & join us in celebrating over a decade of resistance to Shell's Corrib gas project...it's gonna be a good party!

IIf you can perform, help out, lend equipment or offer support of any sort, please get in touch....many thanks!
partyagainstthepipe@gmail.com
0851141170

Bands, music, circus, dance, comedy, performance, crafts, kid's activities. Camping area. More details to follow.
Celebrating over a decade of resistance to Shell
Celebrating over a decade of resistance to Shell

Calling all you bands, performers, artists, musicians, circus acrobats, puppeteers, fire jugglers, workshop facilitators (from weavers to poets to dancers to facepainters to storytellers to herbalists...)
This is your chance to support the community here in Mayo.

Since the recent successes of the film ‘The Pipe’ by Risteard Ó Domhnaill and Lorna Siggins’ book ‘Once upon a time in the West’ (Book of the year 2010) the community campaign in Erris has received a huge amount of interest. This is especially due to the fact that public services are being cut whilst the people of Ireland will receive no economic benefit from Corrib gas. Many people who trusted the government and Shell are beginning to realise that the whole project is wrong and it’s not too late to make the changes needed, both in terms of safety and the economic deal.

http://www.thepipethefilm.com/main-sect

Related Link: http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#

Join us!
Join us!

author by gav - shell chun sáile corcaí!publication date Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:48author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Best of luck with the festival we'll spread the word down south!

author by u.k. watchingpublication date Thu Mar 31, 2011 00:17author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The gang will certainly be over for that. We've been over to every gathering so far so looking forward to the big one!!!!!!!!

author by Andrew - WSMpublication date Wed Jun 08, 2011 12:10author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The June bank holiday weekend saw hundreds traveling to Erris for the Party Against the Pioe festival organised by the Rossport Solidarity Camp. The festival was held beside the Shell construction compound at Aghoose, where the tunnel for the last stage of their controversial experimental raw gas pipeline is to be started. This compound has been the site of many protests, including one earlier in the week when security punched a female Shell to Sea campaigner in the face.

Continues at http://www.wsm.ie/c/hundreds-gather-erris-party-against...-pipe

 
© 2001-2021 Independent Media Centre Ireland. Unless otherwise stated by the author, all content is free for non-commercial reuse, reprint, and rebroadcast, on the net and elsewhere. Opinions are those of the contributors and are not necessarily endorsed by Independent Media Centre Ireland. Disclaimer | Privacy