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    10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 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 comprises individuals and organizations from

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  • Building a left alternative » Past Events » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    event offers the opportunity to hear from Eduardo Silva one of the foremost analysts of social movements in Latin America There are lessons from their success in challenging and changing the politics of neo liberalism and austerity This event provides a forum to discuss these ideas and to explore how they might apply in the Irish context Mary Murphy will give an analysis of Irish resistance to austerity to further inform this debate Eduardo Silva has written extensively about achieving political change in Argentina Bolivia Ecuador and Venezuela His study Challenging Neo Liberalism in Latin America provides a definitive account of how social movements grew organised and developed links with political society to make an impact in these countries These were all contexts of severe austerity that were subsequently transformed to a new politics through this process Mary Murphy along with Barry Cannon of Maynooth University has applied Silva s analysis to the Irish context She has also studied Irish protests against austerity from 2008 and developed a critique that both celebrates this tradition and challenges it to further evolve to deepen its impact Events Past Events News Other News Calendar QuickView May 2015 M T W T F S

    Original URL path: http://www.claimingourfuture.ie/events/pastevents/2015/05/11/building-a-left-alternative/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Activist Summer Camp » Past Events » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    the context of Resistance and Social Justice The workshop will include practice in performance methods often used by performance artists E g multiplicity of image stillness repetition ritual use of body material objects and sound It will also include a way of thinking or not thinking about performance The question will be raised Is it possible to be intuitive and spontaneous and to respond creatively within a prescriptive context such as a protest demonstration About the facilitator Since retiring from his post as Course Director for Community Drama at the University of Ulster in 2004 James King has developed his career as performance artist and sound poet while maintaining his interest in creative activities with vulnerable groups in the community Publications include Moving Pitches yes Publications 2008 3 Poster and Banner making In this workshop you will learn basic skills for Poster and Banner making Find your creative confidence and explore how visual impact can enhance your campaign for social justice About the facilitator Nora Furlong develops workshops and programmes that give opportunity and space for people to learn reflect grow create and act as responsible active citizens Creative educational processes lie at the core of her practice with a focus on finding people s creative potential for action and positive real change http norafurlong com 4 Poetry as Protest Much poetry is a form of protest whether of the heart the mind or life The workshop will read poems from a range of poets and look at the importance of the voice of the poet Working through exercises participants will write their own poems that respond to their desire for social change About the facilitator Kate Ennals runs poetry and writing workshops in County Cavan and organises At The Edge Cavan a literary reading evening and open mic Her interest lies in capturing the awkwardness of the every day Before doing an MA in Writing at NUI Galway Kate worked in the community sector for thirty years supporting local groups to engage in local projects and initiatives http kateennals com 6 pm Group Dinner 7 30 pm A Market of possibilities An evening for all possibilities including an open Mic a Campaign Clinic and lots of opportunities for everybody to present projects and ideas to each other Bring what you want to share from your organisation campaign etc Saturday 4 th of July From 7 am Breakfast and some optional early morning walk and stretch 9 am Workshops 5 Theatre of the Oppressed Forum Theatre In this workshop you will learn how Theatre of the Oppressed can help create a platform both for groups who want to highlight their oppression one that impacts on their lives and for a broader cross community discussion on social and contentious issues Theatre of the Oppressed is a method of both raising issues and encouraging broad based and deeper exploration of those issues About the facilitators The facilitators come from a variety of backgrounds met through Ala Community Theatre training courses and have

    Original URL path: http://www.claimingourfuture.ie/events/pastevents/2015/07/03/activist-summer-camp/ (2015-10-30)
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  • 'Tools For Action’ Summer School 2014 » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    Northern Ireland s most marginalised communities Our work has shown us that government decision making which excludes the most vulnerable leads to poor outcomes on the ground Therefore PPR s work supports disadvantaged groups to hold government to account and ensure they play a meaningful role in decision making processes which affect their lives PPR s unique approach to making change is creative and flexible and makes use of international human rights standards community organising policy work and campaigning It has been recognised as a good practice methodology by the United Nations Office of the High Commission for Human Rights The Summer School sessions will run from 10am 4pm each day and the curriculum will include Human rights and change how does it work Tools For Action How communities can use human rights Organising grassroots groups How change is won and lost the autonomy of a campaign How power responds Participants do NOT require previous experience of campaigning to attend Summer School What previous participants say The Summer School was an accessible inspiring refreshing engaging 3 days very impressive Edel Quinn Age NI This school well surpassed my expectations I was fascinated by your cases enjoyed the discussions and learnt more than I have in any other training not an exaggeration Stephanie Johnston Queens University Student There were so many wow moments it feels like scales falling from your eyes Alan Cowan Dundee Ardler Surgery Focus Group A small number of bursary places are available through the Inez McCormack Fund However to support PPR s work with marginalised communities and groups we ask those individuals and organisations who can afford it to pay a contribution for their participation although these contributions are still heavily subsidised The contribution will cover 2 days attendance at Summer School course materials lunch refreshments each

    Original URL path: http://www.claimingourfuture.ie/events/other-news/2014/08/19/tools-for-action-summer-school-2014/ (2015-10-30)
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  • JUSTICE for Greyhound Workers » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    may have a bigger impact There is also a Table quiz organised by the Young Workers Network to raise money for the locked out Greyhound Workers When Thursday July 17 at 7 00 pm Where The Parnell Heritage 72 74 Parnell Street Cost 4 people per table 5 unwaged 10 waged head To submit a team for the quiz email info youngworkersnetwork ie An update on the dispute was published

    Original URL path: http://www.claimingourfuture.ie/events/other-news/2014/07/15/justice-for-greyhound-workers/ (2015-10-30)
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  • TONIGHT: Dublin Premiere » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    de Santa Marta Colombia the highest coastal mountain range in the world The Kogi see themselves as our Elder Brothers and through this film they share their message about the future of the earth They hope the film will help us to become aware of what we re doing to the planet and to change our destructive ways This screening is part of a global conversation that affects us all and future generations The Kogi see hope for the future But will we listen Aluna builds the bridge between the science of climate change and indigenous wisdom and explores our place in the grand ecosystem of life on our planet The Screening will be followed by an informal discussion with the Filmmaker and the audience including change makers in the fields of climate change social justice and consciousness Together we will unpack some of the themes touched on in the film and discover new realms of possibility within the climate change narrative When June 26 2014 Doors open 7 00pm for prompt 7 30pm start Where Block T Smithfield Dublin 7 http blockt ie BLOCK T HO ME html Free event Reserve your place through eventbrite All Donations welcome For

    Original URL path: http://www.claimingourfuture.ie/events/other-news/2014/06/26/tonight-dublin-premiere/ (2015-10-30)
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  • URGENT ACTION TODAY: We have 24 hours to act for tax justice! » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    and content of the research will be determined by a public consultation This means that any submissions from the public must be reviewed by the spillover analysis committee The deadline for the public consultation in this Friday June 20 th Take action http www debtireland org take action We have 24 hours to make a submission to the committee to ask that the spillover analysis address these tax justice concerns Ireland has no public register of the real owners of companies trusts and foundations This means tax dodgers can use shell companies in Ireland to hide profits and avoid paying their fair share of tax Ireland has not introduced full country by country financial reporting rules on profits made and taxes paid by multi national companies operating in Ireland This means that we don t know if companies are paying the right amount of tax in the right place Ireland is supporting unfair global rules on exchanging information on tax automatically The rules are simply too unrealistic for Global South governments to fully participate in This prevents them from hunting down tax dodgers Email the Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and copy Minister for Trade and Development Joe Costello and

    Original URL path: http://www.claimingourfuture.ie/events/other-news/2014/06/19/urgent-action-today-we-have-24-hours-to-act-for-ta/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Support the Paris Bakery Campaign » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    a new location Help put pressure on them to pay the wages owed to the workers and send a really strong message that wage theft is no way to run a business The workers need our support right now Sign this peition and share with your friends Events Past Events News Other News Archive for 2014 Archive for 2013 Privacy Acessibility Cookies Sitemap Connect with Us Follow claimingrfuture Claiming Our

    Original URL path: http://www.claimingourfuture.ie/events/other-news/2014/06/05/support-the-paris-bakery-campaign/ (2015-10-30)
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