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Members of the trade union campaign to repeal the 8th amendment stand with their banner
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The young, vibrant and women-led repeal campaign may seem a million miles away from the trade union movement, but LookLeft discovers that trade unions have been playing an important role in putting abortion access back into Irish politics.

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The NUJ Dublin Broadcasting Branch demonstrated outside the Israeli embassy in Ballsbridge on Thursday to protest the killing of Palestinian journalist Yasser Murtaja, who was shot by Israeli forces while covering a demonstration in the Gaza Strip.

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Close to 800 Unite members in Ireland’s largest pension provider took strike action in a dispute centred on Irish Life’s unilateral decision to close the workers’ Defined Benefit pension scheme as of June 30th without the union’s agreement.

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Thousands marched through Dublin city centre on Saturday demanding an end to the housing and homelessness crisis.

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A Palestinian Freedom Conference will be held in Dublin on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th June this year to mark the 70th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba or “Catastrophe”.

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Further large demonstrations took place across the country yesterday to show solidarity with victims of sexual crime.

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Permanent TSB branch, Grafton Street
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The rush to ensure residential mortgage loans don’t end up in the hands of vulture funds shows up Ireland’s total disdain for tenants in the private rental sector, writes Éilis Ryan.

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Rallies to Repeal the 8th Amendment took place in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Kerry today.

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A National Homeless Demonstration was held in Dublin this afternoon.

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The official inauguration of a new cultural and political organisation of Indians in Ireland was held in Walkinstown this evening.

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