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1. Saturday October 15th:
‘Women in the Aftermath of the 1916 Rising’ by Author and Historian Liz Gillis.
3pm at Coolock Library, Dublin 17.
Organised by Dublin Northeast Remembers 1916

2. Saturday October 15th:
‘Jobstown Not Guilty!
Wexford Town’ Solidarity demo with the Jobstown accused.
2.30pm at the Bull Ring, Wexford.
Organised by Citizens Against Privatisation

3. Thusday October 20th:
‘The Great Natural Resource Robbery’
Public presentation & discussion.
8pm at the IFA Centre, Enniscorthy, Wexford
Organised by Citizens Against Privatisation

4. De Sathairn 22ú Deireadh Fómhair:
‘Comóradh Mháirtín Uí Chadhain’
Mount Jerome Cemetery, Harold’s Cross, Dublin
Eagraithe ag Éirígí

5. Wednesday October 26th:
‘The Housing Heist – How Homes and Hope Were Stolen!’
Public presentation on the housing crisis.
7pm in the Abbey Hall, Roscrea, Tipperary
Organised by Éirígí

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    *First Session 10am – 11:15am*

    Welcome/Opening remarks by President of Society

    *Peadar Macken 1878-1916*

    *from vanguard to oblivion*

    Charlie Callan

    *Jackknives, buckshot and the men behind the wire*

    *Frongoch Camp 1916*

    Mick Halpenny

    *Tea/Coffee Break 11:15am – 11:30am Second Session 11:35am – 1:10pm*

    *Child welfare and childhood in 1917*

    Sarah – Anne Buckley

    *The Life of Peter Ennis,*

    *The man who kept Liberty Hall*

    Paul Ennis

    *From the GPO to the Winter Palace*

    Rayner Lysaght

    *Lunch 1:10 – 2pm Third Session 2pm – 4pm*

    *The Parliament of Labour in a time of revolution:*

    *the ITUC & LP Archive*

    Pádraig Yeates

    *Richard O’Carroll*

    Donal Fallon

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    *Dublin East Wall’s Resistance to the British Army in 1916*

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    On 15 October 2016 at 01:56, the irish revolution wrote:

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