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The huge change of attitudes in Ireland to LGBTQ people which has taken place over the last decades has been clearly shown this year.Read More »
The quickening pace of global warming poses a threat to US national security, says a leading, federally-funded military research organisationRead More »
How dangerous could a parish hall with dance nights, boxing, singing lessons, poetry and art classes be? Ken Loaches new film “Jimmy’s Hall” shows how dangerous the Catholic Church considered one they didn’t control. The film is based on the true story of Jimmy Gralton, a socialist activist in Leitrim and the only person ever to be deported by the Irish Free State.Read More »
Socialist Party wins a second TD and Anti Austerity Alliance 14 councillors.Read More »
For years to come Joe Higgins TD will be an active force fighting for the people of Dublin West and beyond, so not announcing retirement from political activity, but today he announces he won’t be a candidate in the next General Election.Read More »
40th anniversary of the founding of the CWI.Read More »
For more than a century, 8 March has been known as International Women’s Day - the day to commemorate and celebrate the struggles of working and poor women against exploitation at work, in society and at home. Over the years, however, its meaning has been distorted.Read More »
Tensions deepen between Western powers and Moscow.Read More »
Beyonce’s trivialising of violence against women should be the last word in ridiculing her ‘Feminist Icon’ status
On 13 December 2013, singer Beyonce Knowles released a surprise self-titled ‘visual’ album.Read More »