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  • Dublin, April 11: Post Troika Conference from ICTU » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    Room in Dublin s Mansion House and will feature a number of keynote speakers from Ireland and overseas An on line registration facility will be available for the conference A final programme and full schedule will be available shortly but for now Save the Date Friday April 11 The Round Room The Mansion House Dublin 1 Events Past Events News Other News Archive for 2014 Archive for 2013 Privacy Acessibility

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  • Tuesday March 4th: Theatre play 'A Hundred Years Ago' » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    city and the subsistent wages that held them in slavery The play is delivered with bawdy humor that includes both jaunty and haunting ballad songs Tickets 10 5 unwaged from 0818 205 205 or www ctb ie myticket or for further details contact Síne 01 4548733 RADE engage drug users with the arts and therapeutic supports and provide a platform for their artistic expression Events Past Events News Other News

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  • A beginner's guide to the EU and the crisis » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    the eurocrisis until now all of them step by step shifting power to the hands of EU institutions while attacking democratic values social rights and welfare or how the crisis is used as an opportunity to push through a neoliberal agenda all over Europe Find the guide here Events Past Events News Other News Archive for 2014 Archive for 2013 Privacy Acessibility Cookies Sitemap Connect with Us Follow claimingrfuture Claiming

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  • March 4, ‘A Parliament of all Talents: Building a Women-friendly Oireachtas’ » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore Jackie Ashley Guardian Columnist Mary O Rourke and other politicians both past and present we will discuss changes that could be made to the Oireachtas to encourage more women to view politics as a viable career option RSVP Louise Glennon louiseg nwci ie by 28February 2014 Events Past Events News Other News Archive for 2014 Archive for 2013 Privacy Acessibility Cookies Sitemap Connect with Us Follow

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  • 14th of February, 1-2 pm: Where is the Love? » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    Irish network is made is made up of Public Housing Groups Traveller Organisations community workers artists teachers and film makers Being homeless is not a crime Call for action International solidarity with homeless people in Hungary We invite our friends all over the world to join our struggle against the criminalisation of homelessness in Hungary The 2010 election brought a comprehensive authoritarian and punitive turn in Hungary constitutional democracy was essentially abolished labour rights were curtailed entitlement to welfare benefits was restricted and a harsh workfare regime was implemented asylum seekers became subject to an unjustifiable detention regime increasingly severe penal policies were introduced with disproportionate sanctions the surveillance of state employees was authorised on an unprecedented scale Since the transition to capitalism in 1990 the poverty rate and the level of income inequality have never been as high as now Despite years of advocacy and protests homelessness became a punishable offence in Hungary In November 2012 the Constitutional Court struck down a law that criminalised street homelessness arguing that the state should address homelessness as a social and not a criminal issue In response the governing party decided to change the Constitution itself enabling local governments to punish habitual residence in public spaces Homeless people can already be subjected to compulsory community work monetary fine and imprisonment in most parts of Budapest and several local authorities outside of the capital are also criminalising homelessness We homeless and ally members of The City is for All are asking you to help us abolish this inhumane piece of legislation and express your solidarity with homeless people in Hungary If your time and resources allow please organise a solidarity demonstration on one of the days between 13 15th of February ideally in front of the Hungarian embassy or consulate in your country

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  • TONIGHT: CITY LIMITS - Inventive Uses for Urban Spaces » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    s competitiveness and quality of life becoming hotbeds of anti social behaviour detracting from the city s aesthetic and artificially inflating the cost of housing With public and political pressure to use mounting a government taskforce has been charged with examining the introduction of a levy on vacant lands intended to prompt action from site owners As these spaces come in to circulation once more the challenge becomes how to match the best ideas in urban development with the most suitable spaces The Lord Mayor of Dublin Oisín Quinn will open an evening of discussion on potential solutions for vacant city spaces City Limits Inventive Uses for Urban Spaces at Wood Quay Venue at 18 00 on Thursday February 13th Initiatives to be discussed on the night will include the proposed vacant sites levy DCC Arts Office creative spaces programme Allotment Homes Dublin House Granby Park theRediscovery Centre Chamber Weaver Park and Makers Brothers pop up shops If you have a project you d like to discuss or are just interested in this area please come along This free open invitation event will be followed by networking and drinks Hope to see you there Events Past Events News Other News

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  • February 17th: TASC presents movie INEQUALITY FOR ALL » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    by a lively panel discussion with audience participation the event will end at c 8 30pm The panel will be moderated by Seán Whelan RTÉ s Economics Correspondent and the confirmed panellists are Margaret E Ward financial journalist CEO of Clear Ink Marie Sherlock economist at SIPTU Colm O Regan comedian best selling author and broadcaster and Nat O Connor TASC Inequality for All demonstrates how the widening income gap has a devastating impact on the American economy With valuable lessons for all advanced economies Prof Reich explains how the massive consolidation of wealth by a precious few threatens the viability of the American workforce and the foundation of democracy itself In this Inconvenient Truth for the economy Reich uses humour and imaginative graphics to explain how the issue of economic inequality affects each and every one of us You can see a two minute trailer for the film on YouTube and learn more about the film and Reich s analysis on inequalityforall com This screening will be a one night only premiere for Ireland and the UK and it may be the only opportunity to see the film as there is not yet a general European release All ticket

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  • Dublin, 8-12 January 2014: Conference: What Happens now » Other News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    concept of WHAT HAPPENS NOW in our workplaces and communities as we try to manage and perform our roles in a world that is ever changing and unpredictable More information here http igro ie event the 6th igro residential conference Events Past Events News Other News Archive for 2014 Archive for 2013 Privacy Acessibility Cookies Sitemap Connect with Us Follow claimingrfuture Claiming Our Future We are a national non party

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