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Thousands of young people took to the streets of Dublin City Centre today to protest against climate change, calling on the government to take action to protect the future of the planet. The demonstrators marched the short distance from St. Stephen’s Green as far as Molesworth Street, facing Dáil Éireann.

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At the end of January, Workers’ Party TCD welcomed Cuban Ambassador, Hugo René Ramos Milanés, to Trinity College Dublin. The recent 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution, which toppled the US-backed fascist Batista, was a recurring theme in the ambassador’s address to the socialist student group. The ambassador demonstrated a

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Tens of thousands marched through Dublin today in support of striking nurses and midwives as part of a national rally organised by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO). The national rally began at 12:30 at the Garden of Remembrance, with the tail of the large crowd arriving at Merrion

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The US has seen industrial action by teachers not just demanding better pay and conditions but striking for public education itself. LookLeft asks, can this happen in Ireland?

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30,000 teachers have gone on strike today in the second-largest school district in the US.

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50,000 factory workers are reported to have taken part in strikes this week.

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LookLeft Magazine would like to congratulate Josh Brady, the winner of our 2018 Cuba Holiday Draw. Thanks to everyone who entered the draw for supporting LookLeft.      

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Varghese Joy reports on the massive protest for women’s equality in the Indian state of Kerala On New Year’s day, five million women in Kerala marked an epoch in the history of their endless struggles against the patriarchal, feudal society in which the caste system is deeply ingrained. Women from

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The Health (Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy) Act 2018, which legislates for the introduction of abortion healthcare services, has successfully passed through both the Dáil and the Seanad, following the historic vote to repeal the eighth amendment back in May.   The legislation allows for the termination of pregnancy within

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The unintended consequences of quantitative easing are the price that others must pay for the way the developed world was saved after the financial crisis, researcher Rodrigo Fernandez told a public meeting in Dublin on Tuesday evening.

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