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«August 24, 2009 - September 23, 2009»
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Start: 19:00
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Public Meeting: Free Gaza Movement Activists

Date(s): 24 Aug 2009

Time(s): 7:00PM

Area: Dublin

Venue: Teachers Club, Parnell Sq, D1

Derek and Jenny Graham of the Free Gaza Movement will be hosted by the IPSC at a public meeting and press conference on Monday, 24th August, at 7pm in The Teachers Club, Parnell Square, Dublin 1.

Derek was one of the 21 human rights activists kidnapped by the Israeli state in June of this year as they attempted to make their way into Gaza on the SS Spirit of Humaity. The spent a week in an Israeli jail before being deported.

Derek & Jenny are here to build Irish support to bring in desperately needed rebuilding materials into the port of Gaza in October.

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End: 01:00
Start: 03/09/2009 - 21:00
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Club Intifada

Date(s): 3 Sep 2009

Time(s): 9:00PM

Area: Dublin

Venue: Turk's Head, Parliament St, D2

Club Intifada

(sponsored by IrelandPalestine Solidarity Campaign,
Dublin branch)

Turk’s Head
Parliament Street, D 2

Thursday, Sept 3rd, 2009
9pm till Late

Fáilte roimh cách ar an eiteann clé

A social gathering in solidarity with the
Palestinian people

A place to shoot the political breeze with kindred souls

Most of all, a place to DANCE !

Salsa,  Swing

Rumba,  Jive

Tango,  Pase Doble

or, whatever you’re having yourself !

Admission €7  Concession €5

‘If I can’t dance I don’t want to be part of your revolution.’
(Emma Goldman)

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End: 01:00
Start: 03/09/2009 - 21:00
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Club Intifada

Date(s): 3 Sep 2009

Time(s): 9:00PM

Area: Dublin

Venue: Turk's Head, Parliament St, D2

Club Intifada

(sponsored by IrelandPalestine Solidarity Campaign,
Dublin branch)

Turk’s Head
Parliament Street, D 2

Thursday, Sept 3rd, 2009
9pm till Late

Fáilte roimh cách ar an eiteann clé

A social gathering in solidarity with the
Palestinian people

A place to shoot the political breeze with kindred souls

Most of all, a place to DANCE !

Salsa,  Swing

Rumba,  Jive

Tango,  Pase Doble

or, whatever you’re having yourself !

Admission €7  Concession €5

‘If I can’t dance I don’t want to be part of your revolution.’
(Emma Goldman)

Start: 15:00
End: 16:30
PANA and the IAWM are organising a Press Conference at 3pm on Friday Sept 4th in the UNITE Hall, 55-56 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1.
 
The Conference will be chaired by UNITE's Des Bonass. Speakers will be John Pfeiffer (USA), Harry Bommel (Socialist Party - the Netherlands), Celine Meneses (Parti de Gauche - France), Reiner Braun (Peace Movement - Germany) and George Karabelias (Rixi - Greece).
 
Comrades from the Trade Union Movement, Sinn Fein, the Socialist Party, People Before Profit, SWP and the Peoples Movement who have speakers in Shannon, and the other affiliated organisations of the NO to Lisbon Campiagn are warmly invited to attend and take questions from the Press.
09 / 5
Start: 10:00
End: 18:30

International Peace Conference War, NATO and the Lisbon Treaty

Saturday 5th of September 2009 Park Inn, Shannon Airport, Co. Clare, Ireland

 

Speakers (*)

 

Cllr. Richard Boyd Barrett
Irish Anti-War Movement

Joe Higgins (MEP)
Socialist Party

Reiner Braun
The Anti-NATO Network

John Feffer
Foreign Policy in Focus USA

Christophe Ventura
Parti De Gauche

Tobias Pfluger
Die Linke

Jeremy Corbyn
British Labour Party

Ed Horgan
Peace & Neutrality Alliance

Patricia McKenna
The People’s Movement

Mary Lou McDonald
Sinn Fein

Harry Bommel
Dutch Socialist Party

George Karabelias
Greek historian and Rixi journal

 

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09 / 13
Start: 14:00
End: 15:00

A vigil to protest peacefully against the use of Shannon Airport by US military planes illegally transferring civilians to secret detention centres around the world without charge or trial.

The Government must admit that Shannon Airport was used as a launching pad for rendition operations by the CIA and act to ensure this can never happen again.  Rather than rely on assurances from foreign administrations, the Irish Government must be confident that our own systems and laws can prevent this illegal practice.

Although President Obama's Executive Order 'Ensuring Lawful Interrogations' ends the CIA's programme of long-term secret detention it does not end the practice of rendition. The order allows the CIA to use detention facilities on a short-term basis, or to use foreign-controlled facilities to detain and interrogate individuals.
 
Join this peaceful vigil to call for the indefinite end to rendition through Ireland.

Who:
Amnesty International activists join with other human rights defenders.

Where:
Shannon Airport.  Meet at small roundabout just before the gantry (airport entrance). All welcome.

When:  
Sunday 13 September 2009. 2pm - 3pm

For more information visit http://ent.groundspring.org/EmailNow/pub.php?module=URLTracker&cmd=track&j=289599808&u=3195740 or email shannonwatch@gmail.com.

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Start: 12:00
End: 15:00

Want to be part of something….unexpected?

Host:   Amnesty International Ireland

Date:   Saturday, 19 September 2009

Time: 12:00 - 15:00. Meet at midday!

Location:  The gates of Stephen’s Green (just inside Fusiliers Arch)

We’re looking for as many people as possible to get involved in a flash mob that we’re organising in Dublin city centre on 19 September.

A flash mob is a large group of people who seem to suddenly appear out of nowhere in a public place, strike a pose or perform an action together and then, just as suddenly, disappear back into the crowds.

We will meet inside the gates of Stephen’s Green at midday and will only then be told what we'll be doing (all very clandestine), then head off into the city to raise public awareness about the devastation caused by the conflict in Gaza and southern Israel last Dec/Jan and the lack of meaningful action taken by our government or any other to demand truth and reparations for the victims. We will remind people that without their voice, governments can continue to turn a blind eye.

 

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Start: 19:30
Demanding Justice for War Crimes in Gaza and Southern Israel
 
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