sp - Thu Feb 13, 2020 23:01
mick_barry_elected.jpgSocialist Party statement on General Election 2020 & what now
General Election 2020 was historic. It was only the second time that the combined vote of Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael went below 50%. 2016 was the first, when it dipped just below 50% by 0.2%. However, this time it plunged to just 43.4% ? an historic low.

The election unfolded around the desire that emerged from below for ?real change? and included the widespread understanding that this could only be achieved by a rejection of Fianna Fáil or Fine Gael.

Sinn Féin were the winners, receiving the biggest share of the popular vote at 24.53%, but Fianna Fáil have taken the most seats, as Sinn Féin didn?t stand enough candidates to maximise the full value of its surge in support.
Visual Artists Ireland - Tue Feb 11, 2020 14:58
Visual Artists Ireland, welcome this firm show of support for individual artists, and recognise it as part of the on-going support that the Arts Council has given our work in this area
The Arts Council today launched their new policy Paying the Artist. This sets out a vision and plan to create change over the period 2020?2022. We, in Visual Artists Ireland, welcome this firm show of support for individual artists, and recognise it as part of the on-going support that the Arts Council has given our work in this area, particularly since our 2011 campaign Ask! Has the Artists Been Paid! which led to the concrete changes that have been building over the years, and impacting all art forms. We want to thank all of the supporters that we have had over the years on this campaign, especially those who worked with us on developing our approach that is aimed to benefit all artists. We are also very grateful to our sister representative organisations, all of whom bring the experiences and realities of their own artists and organisations. Listening to them and learning from them has been truly an amazing experience. We want to thank the Arts Council for their open ear, and thank them for the acknowledgement of our reports such as The Social, Economic & Fiscal Status of the Visual Artist in Ireland, which formed the basis for our campaign, and the role that we and other representative and resource organisations have played during the consultation process and will play into the future roll out and support of this policy area.
Climate Camp - Tue Feb 11, 2020 11:11
climatecampopenmeeting1.pngNot Just a Climate Crisis: Organising for the End of Capitalism
Who are we?
We are a new group, emerging loosely from the tradition of climate camps. We are building a movement on the island of Ireland to resist climate change and its driving force, capitalism. Capitalism is a system built on oppression and exploitation and it is causing climate and environmental collapse. We target the powerful interests that are causing the climate crisis and profiting from the current economic system. We are organising for the transformation of our communities and world into one based on equality and solidarity.
Kate Zeller - Mon Feb 10, 2020 19:14
The leaders of the World Bank and IMF discussed concerns of global debt levels at an event held today at the World Bank Preston Auditorium.
anarquistes conta la devastacio - Sun Feb 09, 2020 15:39

Since 24 till 27 of February the featured event of the ICT industry- the MWC is going to be held in Barcelona. This gathering is arranged by GSMA, one of the most important organization in the world and more powerful than many governments. This year more than hundred thousand of CEOs and businessmen will attend MWC. All of them are ready to pay around the 800 -5000 euros for each access ticket.
Kate Zeller - Wed Feb 05, 2020 19:46
Pope Francis addressed a small group of Finance Ministers, the head of the IMF and noted economists urging the creation of new global debt and tax policies that can reduce inequality and end poverty.
wp - Mon Feb 03, 2020 22:40
James Coughlan, the Workers? Party candidate in Cork North Central has accused Fianna Fáil?s Micheál Martin of trying to sell an impossible dream of home ownership to people on the housing waiting lists which would merely make their situations worst by steering them into the arms of banks and vulture funds.
Peoples Movement - Mon Feb 03, 2020 22:32
reclaiming_the_state_cover.jpgBill Mitchell, co - author of 'Reclaiming the State ? a Progressive Vision of Sovereignty for a Post-Neoliberal World', will be speaking in Wynne?s Hotel Dublin at a meeting co - sponsored by the People's Movement on February Sat 15th next at 2:00 pm.
IPSC - Mon Feb 03, 2020 22:17
papledge202150x150.jpgThe Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign is asking our members and supporters to make justice for the Palestinian people an issue in the 2020 Irish General Election.

We have produced a short handout with three important issues to raise with canvassers on the doorsteps, or to contact candidates about, and have initiated a campaign asking the candidates to take our three #PalestinePledges in support of the Palestinian people?s struggle for freedom, justice and equality.
icsh - Fri Jan 31, 2020 22:44
Karen Murphy, ICSH Policy Director, talks to two of our housing association members about the general election on the 8th of February and the central issue of social housing. At the Irish Council for Social Housing, we strongly believe that delivering a fair and affordbale housing system is the cornerstone for a better society and a better Ireland. Karen talks to Brian O'Gorman CEO of Clúid Housing and Tina Donaghy, Director of Development at Fold Housing about 4 key commitments we in the ICSH are seeking from political parties, and the future Programme for Government.

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