Mandate trade union launched its national “Organise for €15” roadshow in Bray on Monday.
Firefighters and paramedics from Dublin Fire Brigade (DFB) gathered outside outside Dáil Éireann today, calling on TDs to support a private members’ motion which calls for the retention of the fire-based Emergency Medical Service. The motion comes as the Health Service Executive (HSE) continues its campaign for the merging of
This morning, striking workers in a number of LloydsPharmacy outlets across the country went out onto the picket line as their campaign for union recognition, fair pay, a sick pay scheme, an end to zero hour contracts and improvements in annual leave and holiday payments continue. “Pay scales are the
Rosa Gilbert speaks to Kurdish women in Rojava about their support for the Yes campaign in Ireland and their own struggle for liberation As Ireland prepares tomorrow for its referendum on the constitutional amendment prohibiting free, safe, legal abortion, women and health workers in Rojava have expressed their solidarity with Irish
This morning, a number of pro-choice activists campaigning with Dublin Mid West Together for Yes for a Yes vote in Friday’s referendum held a demonstration in Clondalkin, highlighting the cases of Irish women who have been forced to travel abroad to access abortion. Twelve women wearing black Repeal jumpers stood amidst
Dublin recently had the dubious honour of surpassing London in terms of how much it costs to live here, with Dubliners spending an average of 55% of their take-home pay on rent. In a rental market fraught with fraudulent Daft.ie listings, Airbnb rentals pushing residents out of the city, bunk beds piled
Recently the Green Party of Austria parted with its entire youth wing. The newly-disconnected youth wing proceeded to make an alliance with the Communist Party of Austria (KPÖ) and, in the months that followed, helped them in the elections as the KPÖ PLUS. In general, the election was a very poor
Trade unionists, socialists and other progressives took to the streets of Dublin yesterday to mark International Workers’ Day. The themes of the march, which was organised by the Dublin Council of Trade Unions, included housing, a decent health service and repeal of the eighth amendment. Participants assembled outside the Garden