Ireland
The roar of a US warplane over a civilian Irish airport

For almost two decades, activists have waged an inspiring struggle against the use of the Shannon airport in Ireland by the US military. How does a government allow the military to use a civilian airport, they ask

What lies ahead for Sinn Féin after polls in the North of Ireland?

Mairéad Farrell, a Sinn Féin member of Parliament in Ireland, talks about the political situation in the aftermath of the elections to the legislature in the North of Ireland

Lab Scientists Strike - Ireland Medical lab scientists in Ireland demand parity in wages and recruitment

Adhering to the request of the Labor Court, the Medical Laboratory Scientists Association (MLSA) has agreed to continue talks with the authorities and the employers to negotiate their demands for fairer wages and better career development opportunities

A new spring for Irish unity

People across the island of Ireland are seeking progressive solutions to their issues as conservatives in Westminster and Dublin have failed them

Bloody Sunday - Northern Ireland Irish people mark 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday massacre

On January 30, 1972, 14 civilians were shot dead and several others injured by the British army during a civil rights march on the streets of Derry in Northern Ireland

Widespread outrage in Ireland over femicide of Ashling Murphy

The 23-year-old primary school teacher was murdered while she was jogging on the canal walkway near Tullamore in County Offaly

Best-selling Irish writer Sally Rooney joins BDS campaign

Rooney rejected an Israeli publisher’s offer to release a Hebrew version of her book. The publishing house in question, Modan, is well known for its ties to the Israel military

A health system for all of Ireland

People all over Ireland continue to campaign for changes in the health system that would allow universal access on the whole island, independently of borders.

Violence in Northern Ireland Fresh ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland spoil peace on 23rd anniversary of Good Friday Agreement

Pro-British groups carried out violent attacks in cities across Northern Ireland in the first week of April, threatening the hard earned peace in the region

Anti-lockdown Protest-Ireland Irish left slams violent anti-lockdown protests and government’s poor handling of COVID-19 crisis

Far-right groups in Ireland were part of a violent demonstration in capital Dublin on February 27, protesting the extension of the lockdown due to COVID-19

Protests continue in Ireland following murder of George Nkencho by police 

Over the past two weeks, protests have been held in Dublin following the shooting of George Nkencho, a 27-year-old Black man, by the police on the outskirts of the city

Irish Nurses Campaign Irish nursing union demands end to exploitation of student nurses and midwives

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has demanded that the country’s health minister ensure sufficient remuneration and safety for student nurses and midwives, who are in the front line of the fight against COVID-19