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Die internationale Rolle des irischen Republikanismus im 21. Jahrhundert

Münster, Anfang März 2009

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Irish nurses resist government plans to impose further cuts PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 23 May 2014 09:35

Nurses, members of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO), are refusing to go along with ministry plans to use lower-paid staff to cover work currently done by higher qualified and hence higher paid staff.

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England, Netherlands & Italy: Republicans remember Bobby Sands PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 May 2014 11:30

Members of Republican Sinn Féin abroad used the anniversary of Bobby Sands death to take to the streets in support of the Republican Prisoners held in Maghaberry jail and remember the scarifies of the Republican Hunger Strikers. Protests and pickets were held in London, The Hague and Rome.

On May 5, the anniversary of the death of Republican Hunger Striker Bobby Sands, Republican Sinn Féin abroad used the day to remember Bobby Sands and all Irish Hunger Strikers and to shed light on today’s struggle by the Republican Prisoners in Maghaberry as well as the struggle for Irish Freedom.

In London, members of the Anne Devlin/Bobby Sands Cumann RSF Midlands and the Roger Casement/James Stephen Cumann RSF London held a series of protests. Republican activists held banners and distributed leaflets outside Buckingham Palace, Downing Street No 10, Parliament Square, Thames House, and the Horseguards Museum, among other places.

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Irish retail staff at Penneys seek pay rise PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 May 2014 09:01

Four thousand Irish retail staff employed by Penneys, the cut-price clothing firm which is part of the Primark group, are seeking a pay rise. The current wage agreement is due to expire in June. Officials from the Mandate trade union are reported to have begun talks with Penneys management.

Belfast city council staff strike threat over outsourcing plans

Workers employed by Belfast city council are threatening strike action over the council’s plans to outsource leisure facilities currently run by the council. The staff are members of the Northern Ireland Public Service Alliance (NIPSA) who say 300 jobs would be at risk if the outsourcing proposals go ahead. A council committee meeting last Friday endorsed the decision to outsource the facilities. The proposal was to be put to the full council meeting, scheduled for May 1. NIPSA planned to lobby and protest the meeting at Belfast City Hall.

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Ireland, the POW’s & Anti-imperialism PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 April 2014 10:27

Speech by Diarmuid MacDubhglais, Sinn Féin Poblachtach Roinn Gnóthaí Idirnáisiúnta, given at an Anti-imperialist Conference in Istanbul, Turkey, April 2014.

Comrades, let me begin by thanking the organisers for inviting me to speak here on behalf of the Republican movement in Ireland. It is important to our POW’s to know that there are people at home and overseas that know of their plight and know that the struggle for which they have been jailed is a just and legitimate one. I will start by quoting a statement recently received from the POWs in Maghaberry jail. In a statement on April 7, the Continuity POWs in Roe 3, Maghaberry jail,

“We wish to thank all those who have supported them down the years. We will continue to demand political status, an end to the barbaric practice of strip-searching and controlled movement [the right to free association].

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Rene Heidisch, Anti-fascist & supporter of Irish Freedom PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 24 April 2014 13:44

Irish republicans mourn the death of Rene Heidisch. Rene passed away at night time on Monday, April 14. Rene who lived in Darmstadt, Germany, was an active member of the Anti-fascist Movement in Germany and a staunch supporter of Irish Freedom. For many years, he chaired the Irish Republican Solidarity Group in his hometown.

Rene regularly visited Ireland, attended Easter Commemorations from Derry to Dublin, stood in picket lines, attended protests and supported the Republican prisoners. In his hometown Darmstadt, he sold the republican paper SAOIRSE, books on Republicanism and Irish History, collected money both for the Republican prisoners and cause of Irish Freedom and organised concert with Irish bands and songwriters.

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Comunicado de Pascua del Liderazgo del Movimiento Republicano PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 24 April 2014 13:36

Con motivo del 98 º aniversario del Alzamiento de 1916, el Liderazgo del Movimiento Republicano envía saludos a todos los reunidos en las tumbas y monumentos de nuestros patriotas muertos y a todos los presos republicanos encarcelados como resultado de su fe y lealtad a la República de Toda Irlanda. También aprovechamos esta oportunidad para enviar un saludo a las mujeres revolucionarias de Cumann na mBan en este año de su centenario.

Durante el año pasado el Movimiento ha perdido dos de nuestros líderes más notables en las personas de Ruairí Ó Brádaigh y Joe Ó Neill. Ambos individuos fueron figuras importantes y reconocibles, identificados con el Movimiento Republicano desde 1950. Cabe destacar que fueron dos de los principales líderes que permanecieron firmes y leales a sus principios republicanos durante la división del 69/70 que vio el surgimiento del movimiento que se conoció como los Provisionales.  A lo largo de la lucha que se produjo durante los años 70 y 80 hasta 1986 fueron participantes activos y claves hasta que la traición golpeó de nuevo. Esta vez una traición más grave estaba en marcha, ya que llegaron a ser republicanos claros contemplando entrar en los parlamentos particionistas.

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RSF International Department send greetings to semaine internationale des prisonniers politiques in Paris, France PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 12 April 2014 17:49

Following greetings from the International Department of Republican Sinn Féin were sent to the participants of the International week for Political Prisoners in Paris, France. The message of solidarity will be read at a public meeting on Monday, April 14, by comrades of the group LIBERATION IRLANDE. The meeting will be held at Espace Louise Michel, 42ter rue des Cascades, Paris, 7pm. A full report will appear in the May-edition of SAOIRSE.

We want to use this opportunity and send greetings to all international organisations taking part in the International Week for Political Prisoners. Our greetings also go to the organisers of this important annual event in Paris. The International Department of Republican Sinn Féin has been saying in numerous statements in the last couple of years: Internationalism is the key for victory of the international working class and the oppressed people and nations.

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Al Jazeera on Martin Corey PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 12 April 2014 17:00

The story of Internment in 1970s Northern Ireland is a sore and beleaguered one, mass arrests and imprisonment without charge or trial, of citizens opposing the absence of their civil liberties and endless discrimination at the hands of the state, of allegations of brutality from state forces, ranging from the physical to the psychological, a rather familiar sight today for Palestinians at the hands of Israeli troops in the Occupied West Bank.

Cait Trainor still remembers as a child her family home being raided by British soldiers and her father being hauled off for questioning, she does not identify with a the mainstream media narrative that events in Northern Ireland are a kind of catholic emancipation exercise, instead, she sees her struggle as a republican fighting for the removal of British occupation.

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Cumann na mBan: 100 Years Defending the Republic PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 12 April 2014 15:30

 
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