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2019 is the Year of the Salmon and Salmon Watch Ireland are facilitating a workshop to discuss the present and future issues that can be addressed by interested parties to ensure that Ireland’s salmon stocks can be maintained and how we as conservationists might help to save this iconic fish. Salmon Watch Ireland will bring together experts in salmon management with an emphasis on Environmental DNA as it relates to salmon, closed and semi closed containment systems in aquaculture examining latest developments and an update on the projects involving smolt track. read full story / add a comment
dublin / housing / event notice Thursday September 19, 2019 17:32 by ifi 1 comment (last - tuesday september 24, 2019 22:33) 1 image 2 video files
Housing prices are skyrocketing in cities around the world. Incomes are not. Private equity firms have become the biggest landlords in the world, and the extent of the high-end land grab goes well beyond gentrification. Fredrik Gertten’s probing documentary follows Leilani Farha, the UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing as she travels the world in an effort to understand why we are being pushed out of our cities, and why affordable housing isn’t defined as a fundamental human right.
This screening will be followed by a panel discussion. read full story / add a comment
international / environment / event notice Tuesday September 17, 2019 22:37 by foe 2 comments (last - monday september 23, 2019 22:00) 1 image
On Friday the 15th of March 2019 1.6 million people took part in a global climate strike in more than 125 countries in more than 2,000 locations. In Ireland more than 15,000 students took part in protests for urgent climate action.
This September 20th, we're going to smash that number. But we need you to make that happen! read full story / add a comment
Dublin Renters Union to host ‘Tent City’ protest outside offices of Vulture Fund Val Issuer Dac on Molesworth Street tomorrow 11am
Protest to highlight a number of evictions in South Dublin, Dún Laoghaire and Inchicore
Richard Boyd Barrett TD to question Housing Minister at 10.30am about these mass evictions with tenants in Dáil gallery
Tomorrow (18/09/2019) beginning at 11am Dublin Renters Union will host a ‘Tent City’ protest outside the offices of Vulture Fund Val Issuer Dac on Molesworth Street. read full story / add a comment
The radical movements of the “long 1968” shook the postwar order from Prague to Paris, Derry to Mexico City, Rome to San Francisco. “Voices of 1968” (Pluto) lets those movements speak in their own words – posters, flyers, graffiti, manifestos, songs, underground texts and more. read full story / add a comment
dublin / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Saturday September 07, 2019 22:20 by IPSC 1 image
On Thursday 12th September 2019 you are invited to a special screening of ‘Imprisoning A Generation’, an important documentary about Palestinian child prisoners in Israel’s jails. There will also be a screening of the short film ‘Breaking The Generations’. The films will be shown from 6:15pm in The Pearse Centre, 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 read full story / add a comment
World BEYOND War’s fourth annual global conference on the abolition of war will be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 5th and 6th, in Limerick, Ireland, and include a rally on the 6th at Shannon Airport, where U.S. military forces routinely pass through in violation of Irish neutrality and of laws against war.
We’ll be marking the completion of the 18th year of the endless war on Afghanistan, as well as the 150th birthday of Mohandas Gandhi.
See list of 2019 speakers at https://worldbeyondwar.org/nowar2019speakers read full story / add a comment
World BEYOND War’s fourth annual global conference & peace camp will be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 5th and 6th, in Limerick, Ireland, and include a rally on the 6th at Shannon Airport to protest the U.S. military's use of the airport. read full story / add a comment
50 Familes to be Evicted by Vulture Funds in Portabello. Demo on Molesworth Street. Dublin 2 @ 1pm Weds Aug 7th
In a statement this morning, People Before Profit announced that there will be a protest tomorrow outtside head office of vulture fund, Val Issuer Dac, against the mass eviction of tenants in Portobello.
People Before Profit rep, Siomha ní Aonghusa, is working with the tenants and the Dublin Renters Union to protect the over 50 tenancies at Sth Richmond Street and Rosedale Terrace that are threatened with eviction. read full story / add a comment
antrim / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Wednesday July 24, 2019 22:32 by IPSC 1 image
On Thursday 8th August, the Belfast Branch of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign is proud to host our annual Palestine Day as part of Féile an Phobail 2019. As usual, the day will take place in St. Mary’s University College on the Falls Road in Belfast and will run from 12 noon until 9pm. read full story / add a comment
Feile An Phobail / The Peoples Festival 2019
On the 70th Anniversary of the formation of NATO, The Peace And Neutrality Alliance (PANA)
wishes to invite you to an evening of protest and solidarity.
Guest Speaker: Dr Ed Horgan, Fomer UN Peacekeeper and Irish Veterans for Peace. read full story / add a comment
We are facing a huge crisis over our climate. But the Government is not allowing the Dail to vote on a People Before Profit sponsored Climate Emergency Bill that would keep fossil fuels in the ground.
The main mechanism they are using is a little known and obscure legal measure known as a ‘money message’. When any law imposes a financial cost on the state, the government can attach this ‘money message’ to stop debate.
However, this Fine Gael led government are totally missing this measure. How, for example could a bill to stop the issuing of future licences for oil and gas exploration impose a cost on the state?
Fine Gael have killed 55 opposition bills by using this way. read full story / add a comment
In solidarity with our friends in Queer Action Ireland, who have always invited IPSC to be part of their radical anti-pinkwashing bloc at Pride down the years, we are supporting their Pride Alternative action. QAI, for a myriad of reasons, feel they can no longer march in the official pride parade. read full story / add a comment
Raise the Roof coalition is organising a National Rally on Sat 18th May 2019 at 1.00pm in Parnell Square, Dublin 1. read full story / add a comment
Sunday, June 23, 21019. Assemble 2.30pm at Sallins Village. read full story / add a comment
The olive harvest time in Palestine is a wonderful time for a visit. The trees are full of ripe olives and in solidarity with the Palestinian land owners we will be part of this traditional experience. You can either climb a tree or work down on the ground. We collect the olives on the tarps and then in buckets and bags. We will have traditional Palestinian lunch on the fields and we will visit an olive press. Besides volunteering on the land you will have the chance to discover Palestine and travel around with your guide Baha, to understand the reality of the geo-political situation. There are excursions to Bethlehem, Jerusalem and Lifta, Hebron and the South Hebron hills, Ramallah (the Arafat Museum) and Nabi Saleh. read full story / add a comment
Venue: Ireland Institute 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
When: Tuesday 16th April 2019
Time: 7.30pm read full story / add a comment
This year we mark the centenary of the First Dáil. The Irish Labour Party and Trade Union Congress played a significant role in shaping the ‘Democratic Programme’ of the Dáil meeting in January 1919. Yet, much of what was contained in that document was subsequently forgotten or dismissed. The ITUC as forerunner of the ICTU played a constructive role in helping to steer Ireland towards a coherent social vision for the entire island of Ireland. The challenge remains. Following a bruising economic crisis after 2008, the lessons of economic and policy development have not been learned or applied by Government. read full story / add a comment
27 Pearse Street
Tuesday 16th April 2019 at 7.30pm
All welcome - Admission Free
* Robert Navan has a great understanding of Latin America, will chair this debate on
evolving imperialist strategy today -
*Presentation by Eva and Markus Heizmann - Their long experience supporting Syrians
devastated by war has influenced their study into the anatomy of imperialism -
*Presentation by June Kelly and Tom Crilly - From their recent Solidarity Tour to Serbia
(Former Yugoslavia) remembering 'NATO Aggression 20 Years On' -
For further details contact Tom Crilly PANA ..Tel: 0872937558
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The Legacy of Peadar O’Donnell
Speaker: Dónal Donnelly. Also the launch of a new edition of There Will Be Another Day: The Inside Story of the 1920s Land Struggle (1963) by Peadar O’Donnell read full story / add a comment