Ireland
pilots-strike-ryanair Ryanair pilots in the UK go on strike for better pay and work conditions

The airline was successful in securing an injunction from the Irish court, forbidding Irish pilots from joining the strike. However, the same plea was rejected by the courts in the UK.

tips theft bill -Ireland Don’t trip up on tips theft law, Irish unions warn government

A bill recently passed in the Irish parliament prevents employers from deducting or withholding tips from employees. However, the government has the option of blocking the proposed legislation

“A divided working class in Ireland can never achieve Socialism”

Alexander Homits of the Connolly Youth Movement in Ireland discusses the housing crisis in Ireland and the issues facing Irish youth

Raise the Roof Ireland Thousands march in Dublin’s ‘Raise the Roof’ rally, demanding government action on housing crisis

Latest figures from Ireland’s Department of Housing show that 10,305 people were registered as homeless in March, including 3,821 children. This number has spiked from nearly 3,000 in 2014.

may day - ireland Communist youth in Ireland seek structural solution to homelessness

The Connolly Youth Movement interrupted an event attended by the prime minister, claiming that the policies of Fine Gael government, especially in the housing sector, have been destroying the country.

AROUND-THE-WORLD-EP-19 Around the World in 8 Minutes: Episode 19

In this episode, Peoples Dispatch takes a look at the national referendum in Egypt, the protests on Argentina and Irish farmers’ protest.

Farmers' protest in Ireland ‘Un-Fair’ Deal: Irish farmers protest over nursing home scheme

The protesters demanded that the changes to the ‘Fair Deal’ nursing home scheme that were introduced in 2018 be implemented immediately as well as retrospectively.

Irish CP Interview - Part 2 ‘The working class of Dublin and Belfast have the same enemy, crony capitalism’

In the second part of the interview, Jimmy Doran talks about the current regime of neoliberalism under the EU and the socialist history of Irish nationalism

Irish Communist Party - Interview ‘Our allegiance is to Irish Republic, declared in 1916, which include everything from the plough to the stars’

In the first part of our interview with the national executive member of the Communist Party of Ireland, Jimmy Doran, we speak about a varied set of issues, ranging from reproductive rights, austerity policies of the government, to the question of Northern Ireland.

Around the world in 8 mins ep 8 Around the World in 8 Minutes: Episode 08

In this episode, we report on informal workers’ protest in India and the strike by nurses in Ireland.

Over 35,000 Irish nurses strike work demanding better pay, recruitments

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is are demanding equal wages, at par with health service grades like physiotherapists, whom they trail by around €7,000 (USD 8,046) a year. There has been massive public support for the nurses at the pickets

Irish nurses, midwives to strike demanding increased recruitment

Nurses’ organizations said that the refusal of authorities to recruit more staff was compromising the safety of patients. The number of staff nurses fell by 6% between 2008 and 2018

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