What Sort of Ireland Do We Want? debate between WSM, ISN, eirigi


At the second Anarchist bookfair, Saturday 3rd March 2007, speakers from Workers Solidarity Movement, Irish Socialist Network and Eirigi discussed the question 'What Sort of Ireland Do We Want?'. These are the audio files of this debate.

Nasıl bir İrlanda İstiyoruz? WSM, ISN, eirigi


Dublin anarşist kitapfuarından ses dosyaları --- 3 Mart Cumartesi günü, ikinci Anarşist kitapfuarında, İşçilerin Dayanışma Hareketi, İrlanda Sosyalist Ağı ve Eirigi'den konuşmacılar, 'Nasıl bir İrlanda İstiyoruz?' sorusunu tartıştılar. Bu tartışmanın ses dosyaları bulunuyor.

Local Struggles in Dublin : Dominick St


In times past Dominick Street - developed in the 1750s by the Dominick family - was the “first settlement” of fashionable Dublin and much favoured by “the quality”. It housed such notables as William Hamilton; the mathematician who was elected the first foreign member of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA was born in No.36, horror writer Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu in No.45, and Sinn Fein founder Arthur Griffith in No.4.

Report and Pictures from the Dublin Anarchist Bookfair


Saturday March 3rd saw Dublin's Second Anarchist Bookfair was extremely well attended and proved to be a huge success.

Racism and Immigrant Workers


In 1984, 11 workers in Dunnes Stores, Henry Street, went on strike as they refused to handle goods produced by the racist South African Apartheid Regime. The ten women and ond man stayed out for over 2 and a half years, and their courage inspired many people around the world.

North City Anarchist


Local newsletter distributed around the north inner city in Dublin in advance of the anarchist bookfair. 3,000 copies were distributed door to door

Contents include

Anarchist Book Fair Comes to North Inner City

Caution: GARDA at work!

Local Struggles: Dominick St

Anarchist Book Fair Comes to North Inner City


Saturday, March 3rd will see Dublin’s Second Anarchist Book Fair, a free, public event packed to the brim with radical bookstalls, meetings and social events. Last year, the event was held in the Meath Street Area and proved a great success. This year, due to the increased demand for stalls and meetings, we’ve moved to a larger venue, in the Teachers Club, 36 Parnell Square, in Dublin’s North Inner City.

The 2007 Dublin anarchist bookfair


The 2007 Dublin anarchist bookfair will take place Sat 3rd March at Club na Múinteorí (the Teachers Club), 36 Parnell square. On Friday there will be film showings at Seomra Spraoi. On Saturday night there is a gig in the HopHouse, Parnell st (the old Shakespeare pub)



A Solidarity Night for the Chilean Agrupación de Pobladoras y Pobladores Sin Techo (APST)

Lakker: ragga jungle expeditions and moody stylings

Homo Ludo: never lost his tharr rarr/deck action versus heavy weight guitar

Kalpol: medicine man mash up

Krossie: krunk, junk and baile funk

Antrophe: grim dub train crashes

Kavi (Oger crew): sick ass visuals all night

PLUS: Film screening of the classic account of the Pinochet coup the "Battle of Chile" @ 7pm and a brief intro to today's movement for housing in the barrios of Santiago.


Organised by Electronic Resistance

With the kind assistance of Seomra Spraoi

Pro-choice Int. Women's Day celebration in Dublin


You are invited to celebrate International Women’s Day
on Thursday March 8th, 7pm—9pm
in the Oak Room
The Mansion House
Dawson Street, Dublin 2
Admission free

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