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international / irish social forum / news report Friday October 17, 2003 15:20 by Ian
1 000 000 farmers in peaceful uprising in Pakistan in response to a disposessin with global resonances.

(A speaker from this movement will be speaking at the ISF this Saturday, oct 18, for timetable, see comment in related article http://www.indymedia.ie/newswire.php?story_id=61697&PHPSESSID=37cec717a837e080b4d3361413830a8a)

(A version of this article is to appear in an upcoming Palistine Solidarity newsletter.) read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / event notice Friday October 17, 2003 12:19 by Michael
The Irish Social Forum March/Parade will assemble at 1.15pm at the Central Bank in Dame St. this Sunday. The march will celebrate the four Plenary themes of the 1st Irish Social Forum [YES TO PEACE - NO TO WAR; PLANET BEFORE PROFIT; DEFENDING PUBLIC SERVICES - PRIVATISATION AND PUBLIC SPACE; YES TO EQUALITY - NO TO RACISM AND DISCRIMINATION]. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / news report Thursday October 16, 2003 16:41 by Ian McDonald   text 1 comment (last - thursday october 16, 2003 17:31)
No country in the developed world should be better able understand the life and death livelihood struggle that rages for a million tenant farmers in the south of Pakistan more effortlessly than Ireland. However, Ireland in fact appears to be complicit in directly undermining their struggle, through its support of the corporate agenda being aggressively pushed by the European Commission in ongoing negotiations on the liberalisation of trade in services. At this weekends Irish Social Forum (Oct 17-19), the possibility of responding to our governments complicity with a peoples solidarity will be explored by a speaker representing the struggles of these communities. read full story / add a comment
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national / irish social forum / feature Thursday October 16, 2003 13:19 by Indymedia Ireland Editorial Group   text 17 comments (last - thursday march 11, 2004 18:06)   image 4 images
national / irish social forum / press release Tuesday October 14, 2003 10:19 by Barry Finnegan   text 5 comments (last - tuesday october 14, 2003 20:36)
The Irish Social Forum next weekend is part of a worldwide citizens' response to the social injustices, environmental degradation and erosion of human and democratic rights which come with the global neoliberalism. Many in the Forum see the EU as promoting the same neo-liberal agenda as the World Economic Forum. During the weekend up to forty citizens groups, organisations and NGOs will be participating in the Irish Social Forum. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / event notice Tuesday October 14, 2003 01:04 by Barry Finnegan   text 3 comments (last - friday october 17, 2003 11:32)
Dear all,
here is the amended list of 27 Workshops and 5 Plenaries of the 1st Irish Social Forum: The Solidarity & Co-operation Summit, of Fri. 17th to Sun 19th Oct. 03, at UCD Students Centre (& Mother Redcaps, Dublin city centre) with speakers from over 40 Irish and global NGOs, organisations, collectives and parties are available below these notes. read full story / add a comment
dublin / irish social forum / event notice Monday October 13, 2003 19:22 by Clare Lee   text 1 comment (last - wednesday october 15, 2003 04:48)
Summit of Co-operation and Solidaity from 17th - 19th October. Kicks off in UCD, Belfield in the new Students Centre at 7pm, Friday 17th. All day 18th there are plenaries and workshops in UCD. Sunday 19th finishes summit with final session in Mother Redcaps, Christchurch followed by March 4 Change starting at Central Bank, Dame St. at 1:15. read full story / add a comment
dublin / irish social forum / event notice Monday October 13, 2003 17:51 by lish
Back Lane, Christ Church
Admission per person is 5 (concessions for low waged / unwaged)

(Note Change of venue - not in the Teachers' Club) read full story / add a comment
waterford / irish social forum / event notice Sunday October 12, 2003 13:23 by South East Social Forum
SESF Holding Public Meeting to discuss mobilisation for European and Irish Social Forums read full story / add a comment
dublin / irish social forum / event notice Friday October 10, 2003 18:29 by John Meehan
The Irish Social Forum invites you to a Table Quiz.

It happens on Tuesday October 14 @ 8.00pm in Mother Red Cap's Back Lane, Christ Church
Admission per person is 5 (concessions for low waged / unwaged)

(Note Change of venue - not in the Teachers' Club) read full story / add a comment
international / irish social forum / press release Friday October 10, 2003 15:02 by Irish Social Forum   text 5 comments (last - saturday october 18, 2003 02:15)
Minutes of a Meeting held on Thursday October 2 2003 @ 7.30pm in the Comhlmh, Dublin
Attendance :
John Meehan, Barry Finnegan, Joe Kelly, Willy Cumming, Jean Somers, Pat Clafferty, Paul Kinsella, Paul Cummins, Pl Ó Grdaigh, Deirdre de Brca, Liz Curry, Orla Walsh, Brendan Young, Cian OCallaghan, Mark Grehan, Mark OConnor, Clare Lee, Niav Keating, Paul Butler, Joe Campbell.
Apologies :
Mary Kinane, Rory Hearne, Christian Volkmann.

Nomination of Chair and Minute-Taker :

Chair : Barry Finnegan, Minutes : John Meehan
Congo Social Forum read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / press release Tuesday October 07, 2003 23:20 by Niav   text 11 comments (last - friday october 17, 2003 15:07)
The Irish Social Forums Carnival 4 Change due to take place on Sunday 19th October in Smithfield Market Square, Dublin has been cancelled. read full story / add a comment
cork / irish social forum / event notice Tuesday October 07, 2003 22:42 by dave   text 11 comments (last - tuesday october 14, 2003 13:16)
Cork Social Forum
Get-together 8pm, Tuesday Oct. 14th, Linc centre, 11a White St., Cork City

A meeting space for all those concerned with peace, equality, ecology, democracy and personal freedom.

No one issue stands alone
Heres where we connect. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / press release Tuesday October 07, 2003 09:44 by Barry Finnegan   text 9 comments (last - wednesday october 08, 2003 18:19)
note to all:
a final version of this Programme of 23 Workshops & 5 Plenaries at the 1st Irish Social Forum (inc. times and room numbers) will be posted next weekend. Please get in touch with any additional info. - B.F. read full story / add a comment
galway / irish social forum / event notice Tuesday October 07, 2003 04:14 by Orla Ni Chomhrai
Meeting to highlight Dublin's ISF meeting, discuss going to Paris for the European Social Forum, and to find out about the Galway Anti-Capitalist Movement (a newly set up group). read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / event notice Monday October 06, 2003 20:23 by Ian McDonald
ATTAC and Comhlamh invite you to a showing of this film followed by a Question and answers session with co-director Donnacha O Briain as a fundraiser for the Irish Social Forum read full story / add a comment
international / irish social forum / press release Wednesday October 01, 2003 22:08 by Anonymous   text 3 comments (last - friday october 03, 2003 12:00)
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First of all, I am surprised and disappointed by this news. The Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign views the ISF as being of great importance, and we have been keen to be involved. read full story / add a comment
international / irish social forum / press release Tuesday September 30, 2003 14:22 by Irish Social Forum Co-operation and Solidarity Summit Group
Irish Social Forum Co-operation and Solidarity Summit Group Minutes, 25.9.03

Minutes of a meeting held on Thursday 25th September 2003 @ 7.30pm in the Comhlmh office, 10 Camden St. Dublin 2.

Present: Joe Kelly, Brendan Young, Jean Somers, Paul Kinsella, Mark O�Connor, Mary Kinane

Apologies: Barry Finnegan, Liz Curry, Paul Butler, Orla Walsh, Pat Clafferty, Caoimhe de Barra, Ian McDonald, Joe Campbell

Chairperson: Joe Kelly
Minute-taker: Mary Kinane read full story / add a comment
galway / irish social forum / press release Tuesday September 30, 2003 01:15 by Orla Ni Chomhrai   text 2 comments (last - wednesday october 01, 2003 00:45)
A European Social Forum Public meeting is to be held this Thursday (2/10) at 8pm in the Atlanta Hotel, Dominick Street, Galway. Speakers include Gerritt Nelson Stevenson, a Nigerian anti-capitalist activist; John Carty, MANDATE trade union divisional organiser; Kieran Cunnane, Defend Free Speech, Assembly and Activty (DFSAA); Rory Hearn, Globalise Resistance, Ireland. read full story / add a comment
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