Author: dorian


Bloody Sunday- Fifty One Years on

Members of the Belfast and Betty Sinclair branches took part in the annual Bloody Sunday march in Derry on Sunday 29th January. The annual march takes place to mark the murder by British Army of 13 civil rights demonstrators on the day and one other marcher died afterwards from his […]


Dublin Communities Against Racism

Activists within the Communist Party Of Ireland Dublin branch give to their support to the protest in Dublin yesterday with a well-attended demonstration outside Leinster House., Communities leaders across Dublin called for the Government to address issues regarding immigration and the concerns of local communities. The group said it is […]


Strike action as motor for change

Belfast communists salute all the health workers who this week took their place in the ranks of those saying ‘we demand better’ through strike action. The enthusiasm and active commitment to pushing back and moving forward by strikers across a wide range of sectors in recent months is in stark […]