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News Letter for Members

Deadline for Motions changed to 1st October 2012

 

 

In order to give members more time to submit motions the deadline has been extended to Monday 1st October 2012.

Please submit motions to brid.smith@dublincity.ie and cc them to info@peoplebeforeprofit.ie


 

People Before Profit National Meeting

Cassidys Hotel Parnell Square Dublin

Sunday 14th October 1PM to 5PM

Registration will be begin in the hotel at 12.30

 

The People Before Profit Alliance will hold a National Meeting for all members and branches (details listed above) to organise for the challenges facing us over the coming year.

The austerity that the government intends imposing on the people of Ireland will be its most severe to date. In every area, in every community and workplace there are vicious attacks being launched on our living standards. We want to be able to meet these challenges and to build a wide response from those groups and workers who want to fight back. The meeting will focus on crisis and how we can best organise to resist the cuts imposed as a result of the bank bail out and Troika dictats.

The Steering Group of PBPA are proposing the following agenda.

National Meeting Sun 14/10/2012 Cassidys Hotel Parnell Square Dublin

People Before Profit National Meeting

Cassidys Hotel Parnell Square Dublin

Sunday 14th October 1PM to 5PM

Registration will be begin in the hotel at 12.30

Download PDF: http://www.peoplebeforeprofit.ie/files/2012-10-14-PBPA.pdf

Appeal by Richard Boyd Barrett and Joan Collins for support for the by-election campaign in Dublin West

There is now just a week to go in this crucial election campaign.  We have  a real chance to win this election for the ULA,  causing a major shock and really putting the ULA on the map.  We are appealing to all PBPA members and supporters to do everything you can to help out in the next week.  If you do not feel confident canvassing there is plenty of leafleting to be done.

Urgent reminder: Enough! Protest tomorrow 2pm, Parnell Sq Dublin

Hi,

Urgent reminder:

Enough! Protest: Stop the IMF Cuts to Jobs & Services-

Tomorrow, 16th July, 2pm, Parnell Sq Dublin 1

Please support

The IMF arrive in town tomorrow - We have to say Enough is Enough - Kick the IMF Out!

The IMF arrive in town tomorrow - We have to say Enough is Enough - Kick the IMF Out!

Protest Wed 1pm at Department of Finance on Merrion Street.

Meeting Wed 7.30pm Gresham Hotel -
Speakers Include Richard Boyd Barrett TD, Giannis Koutras (Greek Activist), Jimmy Kelly, (Unite), Adrienne Murphy (Journalist & Parent of Special Needs Child), Andy Storey (Afri), Joan Collins TD, Thomas Pringle TD

National People Before Profit Meeting May 14th

The People Before Profit Alliance are organising a national meeting for activists from PBPA groups around the country.

Eamonn McCann, People Before Profit Alliance candidate for the Northern Assembly election on May 5th

Hi,

From Friday April 1st until the May Bank Holiday weekend, 2nd May, People Before Profit in Dublin intend to fill a mini bus each weekend to go to Derry
Eamon McCann is running in the Assembly Elections for People Before Profit in the Foyle constituency and has a chance of being elected
All the support we can give will be most appreciated.

General Election 2011: Vote People Before Profit/ United Left Alliance

Hi all,
The Dail has been dissolved and the Government has set Friday 25th February as the date for the General Election.
The past few weeks have seen the People Before Profit & the United Left Alliance emerge as a serious force in Irish politics, with Cllr Richard Boyd Barrett, Cllr Joan Collins and Joe Higgins MEP featuring in many of the major media debates in the run up to the announcement of the election.The election is a major opportunity for the left in Ireland and there is huge possibility to return a large number of seats for the ULA

People Before Profit Holiday Newsletter

People Before Profit Holiday Newsletter

Everyone will take a break from politics over the next ten days. We had a few weeks of intensive political activity and debate. The government pushed through the budget, the IMF deal and have delayed the elections, which are now most likely to take place on March 11th but it could come earlier or be pushed back till later again.

In the New Year we want to get organised early for the elections and for further attacks on our living standards. Most people, particularly those hit in the budget, will really feel the pinch in January and February.

People Before Profit Alliance is gearing up. We want to run candidates in as many constituencies as possible. So far we have agreed to run in the following areas

People Before Profit Election Candidates for 2011 Election   

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