Belfast public meeting on organising against austerity


Posted on December 29, 2014, in 21st century republicanism and socialism, Economy and workers' resistance, Independent Workers Union, Irish politics today, Provos - then and now, Public events - Ireland, Public sector/cuts, six counties, Social conditions, Trade unions. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. This meeting seems to have gone well.

    However, the Belfast Trades Council added a sour note. Although the eirigi meeting was very well advertised weeks in advance, the trades council decided to hold a meeting of its own on the same subject on the same night.

    Are the timid social democrats worried about the attractiveness of eirigi to people who want to fight austerity with anti-capitalist politics?

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