Search Results for 'Kieran Allen'

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Public meeting on the future of the Left in Ireland

Kieran Allen, the UCD academic and a leading commentator on society in Ireland, is coming to Galway next week to deliver a public lecture.

Marxism day school to be hosted in Galway

A day school in the revolutionary politics of Marxism takes place at the Imperial Hotel, Eyre Square this Saturday from 11am to 6pm.

New book on Marxism to be launched in Charlie Byrne’s

The Point is to Change It! An Introduction to Marxist Philosophy, the new book by John Molyneux, will be launched in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop this evening at 6pm.

No — UCD academic Kieran Allen in Castlebar

Kieran Allen, a UCD academic and author of The Fiscal Treaty and the Euro Crisis: Reasons to Vote No, has claimed that Ireland faces 20 years of hardship if it votes yes.

ULA to hold ‘Alternative to Austerity’ meeting

The United Left Alliance Galway’s Alternative to Austerity event, which takes place this Sunday, is set to be, a “public meeting to explore alternatives to the Government’s slash-and-burn agenda”.

Galway writer publishes book on Irish and Greek economic crisis

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A new book on the Irish and Greek economic crisis, co-edited by Galwegian Liam Leonard, and featuring leading economic commentators such as Constantin Gurdgiev and Kieran Allen, has just been published.

Galway launch for new book on alternatives to capitalism

For much of the last 15 years capitalism seemed to be the unassailable economic force and political ideology, but events since September 2008, especially in Ireland, show it is far from invincible.

Celebrate May Day

Saturday is May Day, the International Workers’ Day, which since the late 1800s has been a day to celebrate the international labour movement and call for further social and economic progress.

Put people before profit

A public meeting with speaker Kieran Allen, author of The Corporate Takeover of Ireland, will take place in the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar on Tuesday December 2 at 8pm.

Love, sex, and the revolution

I FIRST met Maureen Gallagher in the summer of 1985 on a protest outside Dunnes Stores’ Terryland branch in support of the workers at the Henry Street branch, Dublin, who were on strike because one of them had been sacked for refusing to handle South African goods.

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