News Features

Young people painting a mural. It reads 'Connecting our imagination, how do we imagine a positive future?'
News Features

Youth work has been targeted for cuts, a move that will ensure that the true social cost of austerity will only be fully revealed in decades to come, Francis Donohoe reports

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Woman running past hoarding with graffiti in Dublin docklands
News Features

The Dublin Docklands are once again being developed with the creation of profit superseding any concern for communities, Richard O’Hara reports

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World

Norwegian winter soldiers
NewsWorld

On the 24th of October the conservative government of Norway, informed the Norwegian Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee that 330 US marines will be stationed in Norway from 2017. 

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Woman protesting against the ley Mordaza, wearing a gag
World

The Spanish State is attempting to dampen down protest movements that threaten the governing elite with a draconian legal crack down, reports Dara McHugh  

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Fascists at Maidan protest
PromotedWorld

In early 2014 the Ukrainian government was overthrown by a pro-EU protest movement that centred around an encampment and violent street protests in the Maidan Square, the main focal point of the country’s capital city, Kiev. Gavin Mendel-Gleason interviewed Dmytriy Kovalevich, an activist in the leftist organisation Borotba, about the

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Opinion

Trump
OpinionPromoted

The election of Trump was a surprise to many, including myself. Clinton was raising money at 20-1 among billionaires. Neo-cons such as Wolfowitz decided they were on board with Clinton. George Herbert Walker Bush, former CIA head and former President, was in the bag for Clinton. The media consistently portrayed

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Migrants Mediterranean
ForumOpinionPromoted

The surge in refugees attempting to reach Europe is dominating the news.

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Ibrahim Halawa
OpinionPromoted

Speaking in An Dáil on Thursday 11th June on the issue of the Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa’s detention in an Egyptian prison for over  two years and attempting to explain the Irish government’s failure to secure this young Irish citizen’s  freedom the  Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan,  stated  that

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Interviews

Des O'Hagan
Interviews

Founding member of the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association and the Workers’ Party, Des O’Hagan, tells Justin O’Hagan about the Soviet Union, not getting into the USA and the importance of giving younger activists the lead.

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Margaretta D'Arcy
Interviews

Dara McHugh talks to veteran political activist Margaretta D’Arcy

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History

Joe Hill painting
HistoryTradition

This year marks the centenary of the execution of trade union activist Joe Hill in the United States. He is perhaps better known on this side of the world as the subject of the folk ballad sung by Luke Kelly.

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detail from anti communist poster showing red flag over irish tricolour
HistoryTradition

Despite the small number of active communists in 1930s Ireland this did not prevent the emergence of mass anti-communist movements and politicians whipping up ‘red scares’, reports Donal Fallon

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Banner of the Republican Congress, reading Break the Connection with Capitalism
HistoryPromotedTradition

Historian Brian Hanley examines the politics and legacy of one of Ireland’s most iconic Left organisations

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Sport

cliftonville-fans
Sport

Chris Bailie and Paddy Wilson take a look at how the fans of Cliftonville football Club in North Belfast have attempted to tackle sectarianism in Irish League football and make space for a radical, inclusive style of support. The 13th April 2013 was a red letter day for Cliftonville. That

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Sports - Ras
Sport

Jimmy Dignam recalls the days when cycling was also a form of political expression

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