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  • Launch of ‘The People’s Purse - A Campaign for Global Debt and Tax Justice’ » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    to communicate with our elected officials We send emails to TDs and sign our names to petitions and yet we are left feeling that our messages go nowhere just fall on deaf ears We don t feel heard we don t feel represented and we don t feel like we re being given answers This compels us to wonder how do we use our voice How do we communicate Does dialogue even work anyway This provocative event is an invitation to enter the debate Our panel will discuss how we communicate with our elected officials how we articulate our concerns to be heard how we influence government make an impact demand accountability and put public pressure on them We will discuss what works and what doesn t work the power of the hand written letter when to pick up the phone and make a call and when dialogue simply isn t enough The event will mark the launch of DDCI s new campaign The People s Purse A Campaign for Global Debt and Tax Justice The evening will include a political letter writing activity as part of DDCI s People s Purse campaign launch You write the letters and we

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  • Interface: a journal for and about social movements » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    y aprendizaje en una organización urbana popular Timothy Luchies Anti oppression as pedagogy prefiguration as praxis Joe Curnow Climbing the leadership ladder legitimate peripheral participation in student movements Rhiannon Firth Critical cartography as anarchist pedagogy Ideas for praxis inspired by the 56a infoshop map archive Cerianne Robertson Professors of our own poverty intellectual practices of a poor people s movement in post apartheid South Africa Gerard Gill Knowledge practices in Abahlali baseMjondolo Anne Selmeczi Dis placing political illiteracy the politics of intellectual equality in a South African shack dwellers movement Anne Harley The pedagogy of road blockades Piotr Kowzan MałgorzataZielińska and Magdalena Prusinowska Intervention in lectures as a form of social movement pedagogy and a pedagogical method Eurig Scandrett Popular Education methodology activist academics and emergent social movements Agents for Environmental Justice Laurence Cox A Masters for activists learning from each other s struggles Cynthia Cockburn Exit from war Syrian women learn from the Bosnian women s movement Ed Lewis and Jacob Mukherjee Demanding the impossible An experiment in engaging urban working class youth with radical politics John L Hammond Mística meaning and popular education in the Brazilian Landless Workers Movement Nathalia E Jaramillo and Michelle E Carreon Pedagogies of resistance and solidarity towards revolutionary and decolonial praxis Wolfgang Schaumberg General Motors is attacking European workers Is there no resistance The case of Opel Bochum Kanchan Sarker Neoliberal state austerity and workers resistance in India Mohammed Ilyas The Al Muhajiroun brand of Islamism John Foran Volveremos we will return The state of play for the global climate justice movement Reem Wael Betrayal or realistic expectations Egyptian women revolting This issue s reviews include the following titles Stephen Brookfield and John Holst Radicalizing Learning Adult Education for a Just World Reviewed by Maeve O Grady Mar Daza Raphael Hoetmer and Virginia

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  • June 13: Conference - Local Resistance, Global Crisis » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona The politics of resistance transformation Is Another Ireland Another World Possible Rory Hearne Department of Geography NUI Maynooth 11 11 15 Tea Coffee 11 15 1 15 State funding partnership and democracy State Funding and Dissent Brian Harvey independent social researcher Human Rights in Practice in Dolphin House Debbie Mulhall Rialto Rights InAction The Experience of the Irish Traveller Movement Brigid Quilligan Director ITM Dissent or delusion does state funding of Civil Society Organisation CSO advocacy enhance or undermine democracy Anna Visser Equality Studies Centre UCD Searching for the crack that lets the light in 25 years of community empowerment Cecilia Forrestal Community Action Network The Men s shed Movement in Ireland John Evoy Irish Men s shed Association 1 15pm 2 15 Lunch Provided 2 15 4 15 Crafting a politics of hope New Left Parties new politics Does Ireland Need A New Left Party Helena Sheehan DCU Kathleen Lynch UCD Tom O Connor CIT A Review of the Left Wing Vote in the European and Local Elections 2014 Adrian Kavanagh NUIM Post politics and Neoliberalism in Ireland Cian O Callaghan NUI Maynooth 4 15 4 30 Coffee 4 30 6pm Key note presentations Solidarities in pursuit of Social and Climate Justice David Featherstone Department of Geography Glasgow Crisis regimes resistance and solidarity in Greece Costis Hadjimichalis Department of Geography Harokopio University Athens 7 30 pm Screening of PERIPHERAL VISION This documentary created by Donnacha Ó Briain the award winning director of The Revolution Will Not Be Televised chronicles the experiences of attempts by small groups to mobilize the public against the bank bailouts and austerity Donnacha will give an introduction to the documentary and there will be a short discussion afterwards Saturday June 14 th 9 30 10 30am International perspectives and experiences Organising

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  • June 7: Basic Income Ireland Summer Forum » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    would be sufficient to live a frugal but decent lifestyle without supplementary income from paid work The idea of Basic Income is being advanced world wide as part of the solution to the issues facing today s world Come join us to discuss the Basic Income solution and to plan activities for the coming 12 months Programme 1 00 1 45 Welcome and light lunch 1 45 3 10 Recent developments in Basic Income internationally Keynote speaker Yannick Vanderborght one of the leading figures in the new wave of basic income activists Professor of Political Science at Saint Louis University Brussels Chair of Regional Coordination Committee of Basic Income Earth Network co author with Philippe Van Parijs of L allocation universelle 2005 and co editor of Basic income An anthology of contemporary research 2013 and other books on basic income Yannick will speak on transnational cooperation in the campaign for basic income and on recent developments in the theory and politics of basic income Followed by a participatory discussion 3 10 3 30 Tea and coffee break 3 30 5 00 Advancing Basic Income in Ireland Brief presentation and participatory discussion Afterwards social gathering in The Swan Aungier Street Further

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  • June 12: Wealth, inequalities and ageing in Ireland, North and South » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    speakers will include Evelyn Collins CBE Equality Commission NI and Robin Webster CEO Age Action Ireland The launch will take place from 09 30 12 50 at The Mount Conference Centre in Belfast This event should interest policy makers public service workers voluntary and community sector organisations and researchers interested in the area of social and economic policy and its interplay with our ageing populations More info and book your

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  • June 12: Housing Manifesto Document presentation » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    activists from the Platform Afectados de Hipotecas PAH in Spain who will be having the European launch of their book Mortgaged Lives as part of our event Aidan O Halloran and Raymond Hegarty will play some good music We are members of the European Action Coalition for the Right to Housing and the City See www housingactionireland worpress com f or more info Events Past Events News Other News Archive

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  • June 20: Tasc-FEPS Annual Conference » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    per person is kindly requested and would be greatly appreciated You can donate via TASC s website or on the day To register for the event and to obtain your ticket number please email Sylvia sbyrne tasc ie When registering please specify if you wish to attend the morning session panel discussions and lunch the afternoon session keynote speech and discussion forum or both More information and registration http www

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  • May 29: Symposium: “Can Social Investment Save Social Europe?” » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    seminar will run from 9 30 to 1 30 and will be followed by the launch of a new MA in Sociology Work Labour Markets and Employment by Minister Joan Burton Social Investment focuses on investing in people s skills and capacities and supporting them to participate fully in employment and social life EU Commission Does social investment lead to a renewal or an erosion of the welfare state Will social investment support economic and social recovery The event will start at 9 30 with registration and coffee followed by the seminar at 10 00 in the Phoenix building on the North Campus in NUIM keynoted by Prof Anton Hemerijck VU University Amsterdam and Prof Brian Nolan UCD and chaired by Prof Seán Ó Riain Following a break for coffee there will be a roundtable discussion with Rossella Ciccia NUIM Tom Healy NERI and Rory O Donnell NESC chaired by Mary Murphy NUIM See more at http www nuim ie sociology news can social investment save social europe Please register for the seminar by emailing newdeals nuim ie before May 26th 2014 Events Past Events News Other News Archive for 2014 Archive for 2013 Privacy Acessibility Cookies Sitemap Connect with

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