Irish Anti War Movement
18/07/2015 - 00:51
18/08/2015 - 00:51
Stop bombing Syria
Since the start of the "war on terror", Jihadi organisation has spread from small pockets of Central Asia across whole swathes of the globe. Western bombing in Syria will do nothing to halt Isis. On the contrary it will add fuel to the flames of war engulfing the whole region, and it will lead to an increase in terrorist attacks.
'Stop the War' demands the British Government publicly commits to an immediate end to British bombing of Syria.
More widely we call for an end to military and diplomatic support for Saudi Arabia in its war on Yemen and for a stop to the bombing campaign in Iraq.
PLEASE: sign the petition against the British bombing of Syria- any country can sign!
Shaker Aamer, a British resident, has a British wife and four children still living in London.
UK Government refuses to stop spying on rendition victims
The UK government is refusing to guarantee that it will not misuse the intercepted lawyer-client communications of two rendition victims in their legal cases again the British government.
21/03/2015 - 11:30
#M21Ireland – A broad, democratic initiative for the ‘UN Anti Racism Day Rally’, called and organised by a number of anti-racist groups, civil society associations, NGOs, trade unions and others. The Irish Anti-War Movement is proud to be a supporting organisation.
Assemble 11:30 at Central Bank Plaza, Dame Street, Dublin 2, followed by a march to Garden of Remembrance.
Hopefully with the busy city centre our message of anti-racism and diversity will have a huge exposure.
Further details/updates TBA
For details on the campaign please go to https://www.facebook.com/M21Ireland
21st March 2015 UN INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST RACISM RALLY – IRELAND
M.A.R – March Against Racism
Multiple anti-racist, civil society, NGO’s, migrant and faith community groups, trade unions have come together to organise the March 21st rally.
21st March 2015 is the “UN INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST RACISM”, a day when the people across the globe show their opposition to racism and discrimination. This annual event declared as a memorial by the United Nations in response to the murder of 69 anti-apartheid demonstrators in Sharpeville, South Africa, in 1960. Proclaiming the day in 1966, the United Nations General Assembly called on the international community to redouble its efforts to eliminate all forms of racial discrimination.
Various events and negative developments around the world show us the importance of fighting against every type of racism, hatred at every level and promote unity and solidarity among people.
European Court confirms Polish complicity in CIA rendition and torture
21/02/2015 - 14:30
Location: The Teachers Club Parnell Square Dublin
Date & Time: 21/02/2015 14:30