1964–2021 Mel Corry, who died on 13 January, was a lifelong trade unionist, a member of the Peadar O’Donnell Socialist Republican Forum, and a former member of the National Executive Committee of the CPI. A native of Lurgan and former textile worker, from 2008 he was a tutor with Trademark […]
On behalf of the CPI, the general secretary, Eugene McCartan, made a statement of solidarity on the occasion of the 41st anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution.
The National Women’s Committee of the CPI, on behalf of the women members of the Communist Party of Ireland and the Connolly Youth Movement, has written to the Communist Party of Cuba and the Federation of Cuban Women to express their solidarity with their sisters and comrades on the anniversary […]
Since early August (weather and quarantine permitting) members of the Dublin Branch of the CPI have been operating bookstalls in the city for the sale of party publications and giving out information about the party.
A new leaflet on the health emergency urges that it is time to turn the tide on the housing crisis.
It is with great sadness that the CPI announces the death of John Meehan of Cloongowla, Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo, a lifelong member of our party. We mourn the passing of one of the last of that generation of rural communists who paid a heavy price for upholding the red banner of communism, the banner of labour.
Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland 30 May 2019 All elections are but a snapshot of the degree of political or class consciousness of the mass of the people, in particular of working people. It is clear from the turnout in the recent elections, both north and south, that large numbers […]
Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland 20 April 2019 The Communist Party of Ireland strongly condemns the killing of Lyra McKee, a young journalist working and living in Derry, on Thursday 18 April. Once again a family has lost a loved one in a needless and senseless act committed by an […]