Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland, 17 September 2021 The decision by the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, not to attend the religious service in Armagh in October to mark the establishment of “Northern Ireland” was the correct one. And he has clearly set down the reason why […]
The Communist Party of Ireland took part in a demonstration outside the Dáil on Wednesday, 15 September, and distributed leaflets to highlight our demands. Our message was clear: Government housing policy is not broken, it is working: for landlords, speculators and vulture funds. The recently announced ‘Housing For All’ strategy […]
A solidarity action in support of the Cuban people was held outside the Cuban embassy on Westland Square on July 14. Dozens of activists from across the country made their way to Dublin on very short notice to express their steadfast support for the Cuban Revolution. Chants of “Unblock Cuba!” […]
Right across Cuba, the working class answered the call issued by the Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, to take to the streets to defend and show their support for the revolution. The call was made in response to a demonstration held in Havana by a group of counter-revolutionaries, well known […]
A new manoeuvre against Cuba is being prepared in the European Parliament. This week (Tuesday, June 8) in the European Parliament, a small group of right-wing MEPs will be promoting a draft resolution that aims to condemn Cuba with false accusations of repression of its artistic movement. None of these […]
On Sunday 30 May demonstrators at the US embassy in Dublin demanded the end of the illegal blockade of Cuba. The demonstration was organised by Cubans in Ireland and friends of the solidarity movement.
More than 1,000 people, including members of the Communist Party of Ireland, marched to the Israeli embassy on Saturday 22 March to protest against the apartheid state. The march coincided with a day of global demonstrations against the brutal Israeli occupation of Palestine. The names of the 65 Palestinian children […]
Palestinian flags were hung from Connolly Books on Saturday 15 May and a message of solidarity from the Communist Party of Ireland was read out. […]
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.