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CELEBRATE OUR DIVERSITY - NO TO RACISM, NO TO WAR! IAWM SUPPORTS THE LE CHÉILE EVENT TOMORROW 19 JUNE IN SMITHFIELD, DUBLIN

IRISH ANTI-WAR MOVEMENT (IAWM)

PRESS RELEASE – 18 June 2021

• SUPPORT LE CHÉILE EVENT IN DUBLIN TOMORROW

• CELEBRATE OUR DIVERSITY - NO TO RACISM, NO TO WAR!

The Irish Anti-War Movement in a statement today called for support for the ‘Le Chéile - Diversity not Division’ event planned for Smithfield in Dublin at 2pm tomorrow 19 June.

Racism is so often utilised by ruling elites to justify war. This has been the case for hundreds of years. In WW1 leaders on both sides used racist propaganda to demonise the alleged enemy and thus convince ordinary people to slaughter each other in muddy trenches. The rise of the Nazis in Germany in the 1930’s was partly predicated on racism and the Nazis subsequent horrific war crimes against Jews, Romas and others fuelled by it.

CELEBRATE OUR DIVERSITY - NO TO RACISM, NO TO WAR! IAWM SUPPORTS LE CHÉILE VENT IN SMITHFILED, DUBLIN TOMORROW 19 JUNE.

IRISH ANTI-WAR MOVEMENT (IAWM)

PRESS RELEASE – 18 June 2021

• SUPPORT LE CHÉILE EVENT IN DUBLIN TOMORROW

• CELEBRATE OUR DIVERSITY - NO TO RACISM, NO TO WAR!

The Irish Anti-War Movement in a statement today called for support for the ‘Le Chéile - Diversity not Division’ event planned for Smithfield in Dublin at 2pm tomorrow 19 June.

Racism is so often utilised by ruling elites to justify war. This has been the case for hundreds of years. In WW1 leaders on both sides used racist propaganda to demonise the alleged enemy and thus convince ordinary people to slaughter each other in muddy trenches. The rise of the Nazis in Germany in the 1930’s was partly predicated on racism and the Nazis subsequent horrific war crimes against Jews, Romas and others fuelled by it.

STOP THE GENOCIDE AND IMPENDING FAMINE IN TIGRAY: PROTEST AT GPO AT 1PM MONDAY, 14TH JUNE

IRISH ANTI-WAR MOVEMENT (IAWM)

PRESS RELEASE – 12 ​June 2021

- Stop the genocide and impending famine in Tigray

- Support the Tigray Community in Ireland, Monday 14th at 1pm, at the GPO, Dublin

In a statement today, the Irish Anti War Movement (IAWM) expressed grave concern for the worsening conditions in Tigray, a region in the north of Ethiopia.

Conditions in the Tigray region have been spiralling downwards since the federal government of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed declared war on Tigray, launching airstrikes and sending in ground troops in November 2020.

Many believe this escalation was a punishment after Tigray held regional elections in defiance of an election ban by the federal government after it cancelled elections due to be held in August 2020. Since then, the Ethiopian administration has been blocking or limiting access to electricity, aid, food, and water for millions of Tigrayan people.

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