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Friday, March 19, 2010
End: 17:00
Start: 19/03/2010 - 18:15
End: 21/03/2010 - 17:00

Galway Alliance Against War marks 7th anniversary of Iraq War - relaunch of Black Shamrock
Meet at the Wilde Statues, top of Shop Street, Galway city  at 6.15pm on Friday 19th March.

Friday 19th 2010 is the 7th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq and the beginning of seven years of occupation and suffering for the country and its people. Recalling that the attack was based on lies about weapons of mass destruction and links with Al-Qaeda, the number of Iraqis slaughtered since the U.S.forces invaded currently stands at 1,366,350. Approximately 15% of the population are still displaced from their homes. Public health, electricity, sanitation and water services are inadequate. The country is a very dangerous place to live.

Galway Alliance Against War will mark this terrible anniversary by re-launching the black shamrock badge. The peace group will unfurl a large image of the black shamrock in Galway city centre on Friday with  information leaflets available on the Irish government's collaborative role in the War Of Terror. There will also be black shamrock badges available, designed as a way of visibly declaring opposition to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the wars now encroaching on Pakistan. The Black Shamrock badges have been spotted in many countries and across the continents.  

Saturday, March 20, 2010
End: 17:00
Start: 19/03/2010 - 18:15
End: 21/03/2010 - 17:00

Galway Alliance Against War marks 7th anniversary of Iraq War - relaunch of Black Shamrock
Meet at the Wilde Statues, top of Shop Street, Galway city  at 6.15pm on Friday 19th March.

Friday 19th 2010 is the 7th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq and the beginning of seven years of occupation and suffering for the country and its people. Recalling that the attack was based on lies about weapons of mass destruction and links with Al-Qaeda, the number of Iraqis slaughtered since the U.S.forces invaded currently stands at 1,366,350. Approximately 15% of the population are still displaced from their homes. Public health, electricity, sanitation and water services are inadequate. The country is a very dangerous place to live.

Galway Alliance Against War will mark this terrible anniversary by re-launching the black shamrock badge. The peace group will unfurl a large image of the black shamrock in Galway city centre on Friday with  information leaflets available on the Irish government's collaborative role in the War Of Terror. There will also be black shamrock badges available, designed as a way of visibly declaring opposition to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the wars now encroaching on Pakistan. The Black Shamrock badges have been spotted in many countries and across the continents.  

Sunday, March 21, 2010
End: 17:00
Start: 19/03/2010 - 18:15
End: 21/03/2010 - 17:00

Galway Alliance Against War marks 7th anniversary of Iraq War - relaunch of Black Shamrock
Meet at the Wilde Statues, top of Shop Street, Galway city  at 6.15pm on Friday 19th March.

Friday 19th 2010 is the 7th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq and the beginning of seven years of occupation and suffering for the country and its people. Recalling that the attack was based on lies about weapons of mass destruction and links with Al-Qaeda, the number of Iraqis slaughtered since the U.S.forces invaded currently stands at 1,366,350. Approximately 15% of the population are still displaced from their homes. Public health, electricity, sanitation and water services are inadequate. The country is a very dangerous place to live.

Galway Alliance Against War will mark this terrible anniversary by re-launching the black shamrock badge. The peace group will unfurl a large image of the black shamrock in Galway city centre on Friday with  information leaflets available on the Irish government's collaborative role in the War Of Terror. There will also be black shamrock badges available, designed as a way of visibly declaring opposition to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the wars now encroaching on Pakistan. The Black Shamrock badges have been spotted in many countries and across the continents.  

Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Start: 20:00
End: 22:00

Fundraising Joycean Evening With Sen. David Norris

Date(s): 23 Mar 2010 Time(s): 8:00PM
Area: DublinVenue: The Ireland Institute, 27 Pearse Street

 

FUNDRAISING JOYCEAN EVENING WITH SENATOR DAVID NORRIS

IN AID OF HOLIDAY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE FROM PALESTINE TO IRELAND IN JULY 2010

PLACE: IRELAND INSTITUTE, 27, PEARSE STREET, DUBLIN 2
DATE AND TIME: TUESDAY 23rd MARCH 2010 AT 8PM
TICKETS: 30 EURO (including tea, coffee and biscuits)
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT EILEEN AT: emecarr [at] gmail [dot] com

Saturday, March 27, 2010
Start: 13:00
End: 15:00

On Saturday 27th March the Dublin IPSC's monthly Boycott & Divestment action will focus on Veolia (the operators of the LUAS and several waste management projects) who are complicit in the building of a colonial-settler only light rail system in occupied East Jerusalem and who operate an Israeli landfill in the West Bank.

Derail Israeli Apartheid!
Derail Israeli Apartheid!

Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Start: 17:00
End: 19:00

Land Day 2010On the evening of Tuesday 30th March the IPSC in Dublin will commemorate Palestinian Land Day by holding a solidarity picket outside the GPO on O'Connell Street from 5 - 7pm. This year we will be marking the continued Palestinian resistance to Israel's ongoing ethnic cleansing and land theft operations in Palestine. We ask you to join us for a couple of hours to stand in solidarity with the residents of Sheikh Jarrah, Bil'in, Nil'in, Neve Tirtze, Iraq Bourin, ‘Awarta (the latter two villages saw the murder of 4 Palestinians by the Israeli army over the weekend) and the many other towns and villages resisting colonisation by the Israeli State.


Land Day 2010

 

 

 

Sunday, April 11, 2010
End: 00:57
Start: 11/04/2010 - 14:00
End: 12/04/2010 - 00:57

Shannon Watch VigilOpposing war and human rights abuse at Shannon Airport

Regular monthly vigil from 2 - 3pm, Sunday April 11th. Gather as usual just before the airport entrance (at the small roundabout).

On St Patrick's Day, President Barrack Obama thanked the Irish Government for allowing US troops to stop off at Shannon Airport on their way to and from Iraq and Afghanistan. But the extent of the US military use of Shannon has gone largely unnoticed by the Irish people. Unless a family member happens to be travelling through in the early morning - and this is becoming a rare occurrance, given the downturn in normal business at the airport - most people would not know about the hundreds of US troops that pass through every day.

A recent United Nations report said that Afghanistan’s weak central government is characterized by patronage, corruption and impunity that has hindered economic development and contributed to increased poverty. This, added to the daily suffering and death of innocent men, women and children, is what President Obama thanked us for supporting.

Monday, April 12, 2010
End: 00:57
Start: 11/04/2010 - 14:00
End: 12/04/2010 - 00:57

Shannon Watch VigilOpposing war and human rights abuse at Shannon Airport

Regular monthly vigil from 2 - 3pm, Sunday April 11th. Gather as usual just before the airport entrance (at the small roundabout).

On St Patrick's Day, President Barrack Obama thanked the Irish Government for allowing US troops to stop off at Shannon Airport on their way to and from Iraq and Afghanistan. But the extent of the US military use of Shannon has gone largely unnoticed by the Irish people. Unless a family member happens to be travelling through in the early morning - and this is becoming a rare occurrance, given the downturn in normal business at the airport - most people would not know about the hundreds of US troops that pass through every day.

A recent United Nations report said that Afghanistan’s weak central government is characterized by patronage, corruption and impunity that has hindered economic development and contributed to increased poverty. This, added to the daily suffering and death of innocent men, women and children, is what President Obama thanked us for supporting.

Start: 18:00
End: 19:00

The IPSC in Dublin will be staging a solidarity demonstration with the anti-Veolia motion being put before Dublin City Council that evening. The demo will start at 6pm outside City Hall, Dame Street, Dublin 2 on the evening of Monday 12th April. The full text of the motion is below, as well as details about Veolia's ongoing complicity with Israeli Apartheid.

Derail Israeli Apartheid

Derail Israeli Apartheid

Please come along for an hour and show your support for this motion, which if passed, will represent a European Capital City saying 'No' to complicity with Israeli Apartheid against the Palestinian people, and joining in the chorus of international defeats Veolia has recently suffered because of its involement in cementing Israeli Apartheid.

The Anti-VeoliaMotion Joan Collins and People Before Profit put a Motion down for the Council meeting on Monday 12th April - we are asking our supporters to please contact all Councillors on Dublin City Council and urge them to support the following motion.

Thursday, April 15, 2010
Start: 19:30
End: 23:00

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The Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign (NUI Maynooth)

Present

A Gig for Gaza

Featuring

The Little Jimis/ E5 Disconnect/ Anna O'Reardon/ DJ Donal Fallon

and a glittering array of other local talent

NUIM Students' Union

Thursday April 15th

Doors 7.30pm

Admission: €3 (or more)

All proceeds to the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

www.pchrgaza.org

Related Link: http://www.ipsc.ie
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Start: 14:00
End: 16:00

Palestinian Prisoners Day 2010 Demo - "Release ALL Palestinian Political Prisoners Now!"

On Saturday April 17th at 2pm the Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) and the socialist-republican political party éirígí will mark Palestinian Prisoners Day with a joint demonstration outside the Israeli Embassy in Dublin (122 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4).

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