The decision of the Coroner Ms Siobhán Keegan to declare that the ten people killed “were entirely innocent of any wrongdoings on the day in question” is a welcome and important victory for the families of those murdered by the British Army in Ballymurphy, Belfast, in 1971. This victory for […]
The Communist Party of Ireland held a small, physically-distanced lunch time protest at the Colombian embassy in Dublin on Tuesday 11 May, in solidarity with indigenous communities, trade unionists and the wider working class of Colombia currently suffering from violent state repression. A letter of protest was handed into the […]
The CPI held its annual Connolly Sunday commemoration at Arbour Hill Cemetery on May 9. Flowers were laid in memory of those who gave their lives for Irish freedom, on the 105th anniversary of the execution of the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising.
On Tuesday 4 May demonstrations in support of the demand for an all-Ireland public health service took place in Cork, Dublin, Dungannon, Enniskillen, Galway, and Monaghan […]
Repudiate the debt – it’s not the people’s debt The CPI launched the Repudiate The Debt campaign in the run-up to the Irish general election in February 2011. This followed the government’s signing of the Memorandum of Understanding, presented by the infamous Troika (IMF, ECB, European Commission), in December 2010. […]