Event Notice

Dublin Book Launch of the Worms that Changed the World


The Dublin launch of the book, The Worms that Saved the World takes place on the on the 2nd of December, in the Teachers Club, 36 Parnell Square, Dublin 1 at 4.00pm.

In The Worms That Saved The World a group of earthworms living on an imaginary headland begin to suffer when a golf course takes up residence around their home. The worms attempt to tell the new owners about their concerns but they are dismissed. In response they organise and join with the other birds and animals on the headland. Eventually they reclaim the headland for everyone.

Justice: It Concerns Us All!


As the relatives of those murdered and injured on Bloody Sunday gathered this week to launch this year's commemorative events, anarchists in the city echoed their call by encouraging everyone interested in standing up for human rights and social justice to support the annual 'march for justice' which will take place on Sunday 2nd February.

Athy: May Day Festival 2010


This is the first May Day festival in living memory in the welcoming and historic town of Athy, Co. Kildare. It is taking place at a time of great uncertainty within our country and where a biased media whips up anti-trade union sentiment almost on a daily basis.

Dublin Rally in memory of Toyosi Shittabey (15) murdered on Good Friday


Toyosi ShittabeyA rally will taken place in Dublin, Saturday 10th April at 14.00 in memory of of Toyosi Shittabey (15) who was stabbed in an attack at Tyrrelstown, north-west Dublin on Good Friday (April 2nd 2010).  It will be followed by a march to the Dail and has been called by the Toyosi Memorial Committee.

Rethinking revolution discussions in Dublin


Rethinking revolution is a series of discussions about the core ideas those of us who want revolutionary change think we have in common and so too often neglect to discuss. The discussions will be kicked off by an opinionated presentation of one or more approaches on these questions with the purpose of drawing all present into a discussion that we hope will continue long after the meeting. The talks are organised by the Outreach group of the WSM and inspired by those arguments we keep having in the kitchen at parties.

US Troops out of Haiti - Picket of US Embassy


Haiti Solidarity Ireland invite you to join them in calling for the removal of American and other international occupation troops from Haiti with a picket of the American embassy in Dublin on February 25 from 6-7pm.

Dublin: Liberties Shell to Sea leafletting 12 midday


With Erris fisherman Pat O'Donnell in jail for 7 months for resisting Shell the 1st May branch of the WSM are organising a mass distribution of the Shell to Sea 'All the facts' leaflet door to door around the Liberties this Saturday. We are meeting up at 12 middy sharp outside NCAD on Thomas street and planning to head to the rally in solidarity with Pat at the GPO at 14.00 after the leafletting so if you able to run up at 12 and help please do. Please email us at 1stmaywsm@gmail.com if you are coming so we have a rough idea how many leaflets to bring.

Dublin: Picket of Shell HQ in solidarity with jailed fisherman


Dublin Shell To Sea will be holding a public demonstration against the jailing of Pat "The Chief" O'Donnell . We encourage as many of our supporters to come along on Tues and let Shell know we will continue our campaign against the theft of our natural resources. Please spread the word and bring as many people as you can.

New Zealand: Anarchism in Ireland


An anarchist from the Belfast branch of Workers Solidarity Movement, Ireland, will be speaking on the history of anarchism in Ireland, the growth of the Workers Solidarity Movement and how the WSM works in Ireland in 2010.

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