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    and Social Justice Issued 19 March 2014 The Sheehy Skeffington School on Human Rights and Social Justice takes place this year on Saturday 12th April at the Ireland Dublin April 11 Post Troika Conference from ICTU Issued 4 March 2014 On Friday April 11 Congress will host a major conference looking at Ireland after the Troika and focusing on how we can Tuesday March 4th Theatre play A Hundred Years Ago Issued 25 February 2014 A Hundred Years Ago on Tuesday 4th March at 7 30pm in Liberty Hall Theatre Dublin 1 All proceeds to Dublin Simon A beginner s guide to the EU and the crisis Issued 20 February 2014 Corporate Europe Observatory recently published a beginner s guide on the EU and the crisis This text next to discussing March 4 A Parliament of all Talents Building a Women friendly Oireachtas Issued 18 February 2014 A Parliament of all Talents Building a Women friendly Oireachtas Tuesday 4March 2 30pm European Parliament Office 14th of February 1 2 pm Where is the Love Issued 13 February 2014 Where is the Love An invitation from the European Action Coalition for the Right to Housing and the City to be part of a TONIGHT CITY LIMITS Inventive Uses for Urban Spaces Issued 13 February 2014 CITY LIMITS Inventive Uses for Urban Spaces Free Open Invitation Event 18 00 20 00pm Thursday February 13th 2014 Wood February 17th TASC presents movie INEQUALITY FOR ALL Issued 23 January 2014 TASC is starting 2014 with a big event In partnership with the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival JDIFF TASC Dublin 8 12 January 2014 Conference What Happens now Issued 6 January 2014 The 6th IGRO Residential Conference Irish Group Relations Organisation IGRO invites you to participate in an exciting and Volunteers needed from TODAY

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    at the new CCC Ireland Campaign support their petition The 50 sense campaign is highlighting just how little December 10th Celebrating International Human Rights Day Ennis Co Clare Issued 1 October 2013 To celebrate the 2013 International Human Rights day Clare Intercultural Network through IDEC Intercultural and Diversity Prev 1 2 3 4 Next 48 items Events Past Events News Other News Archive for 2014 Archive for 2013 Privacy Acessibility

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    s Energy Charter Taking it to the Next Level Issued 11 November 2014 The People s Energy Charter PEC has been forging a position in the national energy arena over the past year You are November 27 Equality and Rights Alliance seminar Issued 11 November 2014 You are warmly invited to a seminar hosted by the Equality and Rights Alliance PURSUING OUR AMBITION FOR EQUALITY November 20 TASC Annual Lecture Issued 8 November 2014 Registration is now open for the following TASC event The TASC Annual Lecture is a major event in TASC s calendar In October 11 Irish Aid Volunteering Fair Issued 9 October 2014 The fair is an opportunity for those with an interest in overseas volunteering to meet agency representatives and to find October 18 Galway Borrowers Can Be Choosers Issued 7 October 2014 Borrowers Can Be Choosers Forging Debt Resistant Communities Public event Saturday October 18th Harbour Hotel Galway A October 17 UN Day for Eradication of Poverty Issued 7 October 2014 The Irish 17 October Committee www 17october ie invites you to join people from all walks of life and from every sector of October 15 Social Justice Ireland budget Briefing Issued 7 October 2014 A note to let you know that wewill present our analysis and critique of Budget 2015 at 2 30 pm in Buswells Hotel Molesworth October 11 Right2Water Demonstration Dublin Issued 7 October 2014 The Right2Water campaign is organising a National Demonstration on October 11th in Dublin 2pm start at Garden of October 11 Right2Water Demonstration Dublin Issued 6 October 2014 The Right2Water campaign is organising a National Demonstration on October 11th in Dublin 2pm start at Garden of Applications Open for Green Trip to Italy in October Issued 19 August 2014 Tipperary Energy Agency has been successful in securing a

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    Issued 12 November 2013 The Aarhus Convention You have a right to information about anything that affects your environment You have a right to Clean Clothes Campaign Ireland launched 50 sense Campaign Issued 21 October 2013 Have a look at the new CCC Ireland Campaign support their petition The 50 sense campaign is highlighting just how little December 10th Celebrating International Human Rights Day Ennis Co Clare Issued 1 October

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    8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Jump to a Month January February March April May June July August September October November December 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Privacy Acessibility Cookies Sitemap Connect with Us Follow claimingrfuture Claiming Our Future We are a national non party political civil society network that

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  • PR: US labor journalist Sam Pizzigati in Dublin to talk about ‘Maximum Income’ » Press Release » Media » Claiming our Future
    is also an Irish issue The top 10 percent of the population earn nearly 25 of total incomes whereas the poorest ten percent earn less than 2 5 percent Despite this the emerging global debate on income equality has yet to find a place in publicdebate here Mary Murphy adds More equal societies almost always do better on a whole range of health social and environmental problems Inequality has been shown to be not only bad for the poor but also the rich Studies show that also richer people are happier and healthier if they live in more equal societies Claiming our Future is inviting Sam Pizzigati of the Washington D C based Institute for Policy Studies America s boldest progressive think tank to Dublin to explain why we need a ceiling on annual income He will outline what a maximum wage life might be like and offer new strategic directions for moving ahead in an income capping direction The event titled A politically plausible maximum wage is taking place on Tuesday September 16 2014 6 8pm in the ARK in Temple Bar 11a Eustace Street Sam Pizzigati is available for interviews from Monday 15th September 2 30pm Further Information Nina Sachau Claiming our Future 087 3340698 nina claimingourfuture ie Note to Editors Claiming Our Future is a civil society non party political network of people and organisations committed to an Ireland based on the values of equality environmental sustainability participation accountability and solidarity It is based in 12 Parliament Street Dublin 2 Sam Pizzigati is a labor journalist and currently edits Too Much the global weekly on excess and inequality published by the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington D C toomuchonline org Pizzigati has explored the notion of a maximum wage in a series of books and articles

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  • PR: Swiss Referendum for Fair Pay Campaign in Dublin » Press Release » Media » Claiming our Future
    risen to1 56 The campaign secured almost 35 of the yes votes in the referendum However it did not gain the necessary majority Since then the issue of income inequality and in particular a maximum income is high on the public agenda This is true not only in Switzerland but also in other European countries such as Spain France and Germany Nina Sachau of Claiming our Future comments Income inequality is an Irish issue Trends over recent decades show increasing inequality with the top 10 of the population earning 35 of all income and the top 1 taking 10 Despite this the emerging global debate on income equality has yet to find a place in public debate here The meeting will discuss the learning from the Swiss Campaign for Fair Pay It will examine current developments on income equality in Ireland It will shape and inform Claiming Our Future s and proposed solutions for the issue of Income Inequality in Europe put them into an Irish context and introduce facts around Income Inequality in Ireland The event titled Close the gap between rich and poor is taking place on Thursday July 3rd 2014 6 8pm in the ARK in Temple

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  • Claiming our Future proposes an alternative vision for Ireland » Press Release » Media » Claiming our Future
    solidarity Niall Crowley convenor of Claiming Our Future points to the need for an alternative Ireland is a deeply unequal society Poverty and deprivation increase every year The economy serves neither society nor the environment Politics reflects no appetite for the transformative change we need Politicians remain unresponsive to those who experience poverty and inequality Commenting on the event Ann Irwin Co ordinator of Galway City Community Forum said it is important that Galway plays its role in national debates about these critical issues The evidence is mounting that austerity does not work We need an economy that serves society and we are delighted to be hosting this important public debate in Galway The meeting will discuss the development of a Declaration for a New Republic Claiming our Future proposes a nationwide process in the lead up to the centenary year of 2016 to identify priorities for a future Ireland that is more equal sustainable and participative These priorities would offer an alternative to current economic social and cultural policies Niall Crowley adds We hope that the process of developing this Declaration for a New Republic can re energise people who have become disillusioned and can re empower a civil society that has been side lined We hope to build sufficient support behind this process that we can secure its implementation and make a reality of the vision it would espouse The meeting will take place on Friday the 13 th of June 2 30 4 30 pm in Galway City Museum All are invited The meeting is open to the public and registration is possible on https declarationgalway eventbrite ie Further Information Nina Sachau Claiming our Future 087 3340698 nina claimingourfuture ie Note to Editors Claiming Our Future is a civil society non party political network of people and

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