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national / irish social forum / news report Wednesday October 13, 2004 15:35 by Conall O'Caoimh 4 comments (last - thursday october 21, 2004 14:49) 5 images
Photos from the Irish Social Forum 2004 read full story / add a comment
international / irish social forum / event notice Saturday October 09, 2004 21:00 by pc 2 comments (last - monday october 11, 2004 18:32)
The ESF is a giant gathering for everyone opposed to war, racism and corporate power, everyone who wants to see global justice, workers' rights and a sustainable society. read full story / add a comment
Event - Friday, Oct 8 2004
The Man and the Machine playing at the ISf gig in the Liberties tonight
by liz - ISF working group Friday, Oct 8 2004, 5:46pm
dublin / miscellaneous / event notice
The human beatbox Jack & Dublin rapper Tomo will be performing with Dj to follow at St Nicholas Community Centre, Carman's Hall rd off Francis st ( Off Thomas St.)
Evening starts with videos at 7:30 and is FREE. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / feature Wednesday October 06, 2004 20:12 by Irish Social Forum 12 comments (last - saturday october 16, 2004 15:47) 2 images
A debate on how best to oppose the forces of neoliberalism and global capitalism – and indeed what to replace it with - is set to be the highlight of this year's Irish Social Forum, which will take place in Dublin next weekend, October 8th to 10th. Another central theme will be racism in Ireland and its role in neoliberalism. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / press release Tuesday October 05, 2004 16:39 by liz curry 1 comment (last - wednesday october 06, 2004 15:48)
Programme of Plenaries and Workshops
by Irish Social Forum Editorial Group - Irish Social Forum Tuesday, read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / event notice Sunday October 03, 2004 21:45 by Liz Curry 5 comments (last - wednesday october 06, 2004 16:05) 1 image
Fri Oct 8th 7.30pm: Introduction to the Social Forum with music and films
St. Nicholas’ Parish Centre, Carmen Hall Rd., off Francis St., The Liberties, Dublin 8.
Sat Oct 9th 10.30am: Speakers and open floor discussion on Anti-Racism
All day Workshops
UCD Student Centre, Belfield, Dublin 4.
Sun Oct 10th 10.30am: Discussions on different forms of opposition to Neoliberalism
Workshops and Assembly of the Social Movements
ATGWU Hall, Middle Abbey St., Dublin 1. read full story / add a comment
international / irish social forum / other press Friday September 24, 2004 19:58 by Suren Moodliar and Jason Pramas
analysis of the recent Boston Social Forum by two of its organizers read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / feature Saturday September 11, 2004 18:56 by seedot 33 comments (last - thursday september 23, 2004 01:41) 6 images
The summer is always full of sport - the good weather sends us outdoors and between the cycling and the walking and the boating and the wrestling it can all get a bit competitive. But now that Mayday and Bush are behind us, and the summer is ending we move from sport to debate in the flow of the seasons. The Autumn is conference season and the movements generally have their shindigs around now. From Grassroots to SIPTU, from the Independent Media Support Group (c. 25 members) to the British TUC (c. 7 million members) it can be called a gathering or a meeting or a conference or whatever.
From the committee rooms, the meetings and.. err.. the meeting rooms of the ongoing social forum process the full shocking story. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Saturday September 11, 2004 11:40 by Tom 1 comment (last - monday september 13, 2004 17:26)
"Every daring attempt to make a great change in existing conditions, every lofty vision of new possibilities for the human race, has been labeled Utopian."
- Emma Goldman read full story / add a comment
international / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Wednesday September 08, 2004 00:15 by dunk 12 comments (last - monday september 20, 2004 12:09) 1 image
2500 years ago people communicated in the agora in athens
we are in a new age :: new agora:: is a dual system of using real and virtual together to again develop healthy discussion
an attempt to make a live feed from the ESF in london to convergence festival in dublin a week after ISF 2 is underway read full story / add a comment
Arundhati Roy critiques the role of NGO's. She contextualises her discussion of NGOs by discussing what she sees as the dangers of the progressive NGOisation of the World Social Forum Movement. read full story / add a comment
dublin / irish social forum / press release Friday August 27, 2004 18:03 by Liz Curry 8 comments (last - friday september 17, 2004 19:58)
This is an invite to the second Irish Social Forum to be held Fri 8th Oct to Sun 10th. in UCD & the ATGWU. read full story / add a comment
dublin / irish social forum / opinion/analysis Friday August 06, 2004 18:03 by liz curry 2 comments (last - thursday august 12, 2004 19:27)
Social Forum Meeting Mon. July 26th.
Next meeting Mon. August 9th in Comhlamh Camden St. all welcome.
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national / irish social forum / event notice Friday July 23, 2004 14:44 by Barry Finnegan 1 comment (last - sunday july 25, 2004 01:41)
Mondays were agreed (with input from those who couldn’t make it) as the best day to hold future meetings. Next meeting is to take place on Monday, 26th July 2004, 7pm, same venue [Comhlamh offices, 19 Camden Street, Dublin.] read full story / add a comment
London Social Forum people meet Dublin/Irish Social Forum people. When do we want 2nd ISF to happen?
1. Decide: Move 2nd ISF from June to October 2004? and updates.
2. London Social Forum (LSF) people to share their experiences in public meeting, Thur. 29th 2004, Dublin, with short film. read full story / add a comment
Speakers from Trocaire and Comhlamh to discuss the last January's Wold Social Forum and the incredible energy brought to the event and the process by grassroots people's movements from across the world.
7pm April 14, Comhlamh,10 Upper Camden St read full story / add a comment
here we have Dublin Social Forum Working Group minutes from last Thursday
25th March, planning the 2nd ISF for Sat. 19th - Sun 20th June, 2004, Dublin.
And Details of South East Social Forum Alternative Environmental Summit
Fri. 14th - Sun. 16th May 2004, Waterford.
all the best,
Barry. read full story / add a comment
national / irish social forum / press release Monday March 22, 2004 17:05 by Roughan Mac Namara 6 comments (last - saturday november 20, 2004 03:12)
Numbers of people sleeping rough in Dublin city centre remain at record high levels, according to a new survey conducted by homeless organisations. Two hundred and thirty seven (237) people sleep rough in Dublin on any given night. The survey co-ordinated by the Homeless Agency was carried out by Focus Ireland, Dublin Simon Community, Merchant’s Quay Ireland along with Dublin City Council and other homeless services. read full story / add a comment
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