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National - Event Notice
Saturday March 21 2015
01:00 PM

The next Right2Water National Demonstration takes place on Saturday, March 21st

category national | bin tax / household tax / water tax | event notice author Tuesday March 10, 2015 23:09author by Right2Water Report this post to the editors

The next national demonstration for the Right to Water takes place on Sat 21st March at 1pm

Assembly points are:
Connolly Station
Merrion Square
Heuston Station

righttowater_protest_sat_march_21st_2015.png

At a meeting of the Right2Water steering group it was decided that the next National Demonstration will take place at 1pm in Dublin on Saturday, March 21st.

Saturday March 21st is also the UN Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, when anti-racism events are held around the world, and the Right2Water steering group will be working closely with the Irish #M21 committee to coordinate events.

A large turnout on March 21st will not only restate our core assertion that water is a human right and underline our continuing demand for the total abolition of water user charges. It will also send a clear message that we refuse to be bullied and intimidated into acquiescence.

You can 'join' the National Demonstration Facebook event and invite your friends by clicking here.
https://www.facebook.com/events/887346754620142/?ref_ne...gular

Please spread the word about this demonstration. Download and print our flyer and poster and put them on display in your house, in your local newsagent and in your local community centre. Make sure you, your family and all of your friends come along to the biggest Right2Water demonstration to date!

Download our flyer advertising the even

PDF Document National Demonstration Flyer in PDF form 0.2 Mb PDF Document National Demonstration Poster in PDF form 0.22 Mb

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