LookLeft 26 is in Eason’s stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now. Still only €2.00, the highlights of this issue include: The Battle for Ireland’s Soul – Francis Donohoe reports on the battle for reproductive rights in Ireland. Debate: Is Labour Left? – Labour Party NEC member
The anti-democratic offensive in Brazil that began with the impeachment of leftist President Rousseff in 2016 has intensified in recent weeks with high profile assassinations of left-wing activists; threats of military intervention and even the jailing of former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Piece by piece any progressive reforms
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.
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.
The following piece by Andre Vltchek was written for the third edition of ThinkLeft, the Workers’ Party’s theoretical magazine, which was focused on the October Socialist Revolution, to coincide with its 100th anniversary late last year. Get your copy of ThinkLeft 3 here. Great October Socialist Revolution: Impact on the
Issue 3 of ThinkLeft, the Workers’ Party’s theoretical magazine, is focused on the October Socialist Revolution, to coincide with its 100th anniversary this month. This edition features an editorial by Sean Garland on the influence of Lenin on the Republican Movement in the 60s and 70s and a series of
Recently, Venezuela held elections for a Constituent Assembly. The constitution of Venezuela permits the calling of a Constituent Assembly for the purposes of drafting changes to the constitution. This body is drawn from those elected from the general public as well as having sectoral delegates from the trade unions, farmers,
1,500 demonstrators marked the 50th anniversary of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza today. The National Demonstration for Freedom & Justice for Palestine was called by the Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) and saw demonstrators march from the Spire to the Israeli embassy. The event also
LookLeft 25 is in Eason’s stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now. Still only €2.00, the highlights of this issue include: Home Sweet Home – Does the occupation of Apollo House mark a new stage in the housing struggle? Eilis Ryan reports. Battle for the Heart of