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Saturday March 03 2007
08:00 hrs

2007 Dublin anarchist bookfair

category ireland / britain | anarchist movement | anarchist communist event author Friday January 05, 2007 19:18author by Joe - WSM Report this post to the editors

The 2007 Dublin anarchist bookfair will take place Sat 3rd March at Club na Múinteorí (the Teachers Club), 36 Parnell square
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The Teachers Club is located in the city centre, just off the top of O'Connell st

 

The Friday night will feature a showing of Irish anarchist related videos with Revolt Video in Seomra Spraoi

Meeting details are being finalised at the moment, ones we have confirmation of include

What sort of Ireland do we want?
Speakers from WSM, ISN (http://irishsocialist.net) and éirígí (http://www.eirigi.org/)

History of Anarchism in Ireland
WSM speakers, should include a slideshow

Syndicalism and Ireland
Emmet O'Connor, author of 'Syndicalism in Ireland, 1917-1923'

William Thompsons contribution to the development of socialism
Paul Bowman

Please 'contact us' if you have any questions.

Additional details as they become available willl be posted to the link below

Related Link: http://www.wsm.ie/anarchistbookfair
author by Joe - WSMpublication date Sun Feb 04, 2007 23:32author address author phone Report this post to the editors

This is the provisional list of stalls that will be at the bookfair - for questions, suggestions etc you the 'contact us' form.

Introduction and Welcome to the bookfair stall

WSM Bookservice
Barracka Books (Cork)
Just Books (Belfast)

Workers Solidarity Movement
eirigi
ISN
Organise
Revolutionary Anarcho-Feminist Group
Polish anarchists in Ireland

Residents against Racism
Latin American Solidarity Campaign
Rossport Solidarity Camp
Dublin Shell to Sea
Revolt Video

Solidarity Federation (Britian)
Anarchist Federation (Britian)
Class War (Britian)
LibCom.org (Britian)

Meeting details are being finalised this is a fairly complete list of meetings. Note in some cases the title as may change as with groups that haven't given us an exact title as yet we've inserted a general one to use for the moment

Timetable of anarchist bookfair meetings
  Room 1 Room 2 Room 3
12.15-1.15 What Sort of Ireland Do We Want?
Speakers from Workers Solidarity Movement, Irish Socialist Network and Eirigi discuss the questions below
   
1.30- 2.30 What Sort of Ireland Do We Want? (continued)
How to get to a revolution?,
What do we mean by a revolution?,
What do we want after the revolution?
Polish anarchists in Ireland
A meeting for Polish anarchists
ID Cards in Britain and elsewhere - an attack on the working class?
A speaker from a British anarchist organisation, Anarchist Federation on the battle against Big Brother
2.45-3.45

Death By Cops
Laurence Wheelock talks about his family’s fight for justice for his brother Terence, a twenty year old man from Dublin’s north inner city who went into a coma after sustaining injuries in garda custody in June 2005 and subsequently died in September of that year.

The rise of the left in South America
Three South American speakers about recent political developments in South America
The History of Anarchism in Ireland
WSM members Aileen O’Carroll and Alan Mac Simoin look back at the development of anarchism and anarchist ideas in Ireland
4.00 - 5.00 Rossport: In Defiance of the State
John Monaghan from Rossport speaks about the ongoing battle in North Mayo as a community fights to protect itself against Shell, a multinational with a track record for maltreating communities which they operate in.
Syndicalism and Ireland
Labour historian Emmet O’Connor, author of ‘Syndicalism in Ireland’
Anti-War meeting
Details To be announced
5.15-6.15 Anarchist women
A speaker from RAG (Revolutionary Anarcha-Feminist Group)
William Thompson’s contribution to the development of socialism
Paul Bowman on the ideas of the man that James Connolly described as ‘the first Irish socialist’
Anarchism in Belfast
A speaker from Organise



author by nestor - Anarkismopublication date Thu Feb 22, 2007 16:58author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Tego roku na anarchistycznych targach książki w Dublinie (3 marca, w Teachers Club) będzie miało miejsce spotkanie polskojęzycznych anarchistów przebywających w Irlandii. Zostanie wystawione stoisko „Polscy anarchiści w Irlandii”.

Related Link: http://cia.bzzz.net/wspolpraca_polskich_i_irlandzkich_anarchistow
 
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