Author Archives: Socialist Party

Oppose Government plans to hold the Junior and Leaving Certs

By Michael O’Brien The high handed approach of the Department of Education and Science in their proposals for the state exams this year has provoked an angry reaction by teachers (and indeed school students sitting these exams), which is at odds with the accepting tone of the initial online statements issued by the TUI and ASTI. Since the shutdown of ...

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North: We need proper PPE NOW!

The Tory Government and Assembly Executive have referred to the Covid-19 pandemic as a war. However, across many areas of our health and social care service, the staff who are on the frontline of this war have not been supplied with the protection they need.

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Socialists Need Your Support!

Organisation of struggle, solidarity and socialism needed now, more than ever Donate to aid the Socialist Party’s work  The devastating Covid19 pandemic crisis is laying bare the brutality of the capitalist system. While workers in health, food distribution and supply, transport and sanitation risk their lives on the frontline without adequate PPE, we hear reports of billionaires ‘self-isolating’ on luxury ...

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Sanders Suspends Campaign – Working People Need Our Own Party

By Kshama Sawant On Wednesday, Bernie Sanders announced that he was suspending his campaign for the presidency, effectively bringing it to an end. He was 300 delegates behind Biden and had a very difficult path to winning the nomination, but pulling out at this point has left millions of Sanders’ supporters deeply disappointed. They understand, as we in Socialist Alternative ...

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Covid-19: State must act to support workers in the arts

By Martina Stafford The precarious conditions of work for artists and performers has been acutely exposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Ireland’s culture of under-payment for artists’ work leaves many feeling like it is a race to the bottom for the crumbs of an ever shrinking loaf. The crumbs being offered by the government due to the Covid-19 pandemic amount to ...

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