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Sinn Féin James Connolly School to address water charges crisis

7 November, 2014

The way forward in the campaign against the water charges will be one of the topics for debate at Dublin Sinn Féin's Annual James Connolly School this Saturday 8 November. Dublin Sinn Féin MEP Lynn Boylan will speak on this issue.

Speaking on the eve of the event which is from 1pm to 5pm in the Unite union hall in Middle Abbey Street, Sinn Féin City Councillor Mícheál Mac Donncha, chair of the Dublin Sinn Féin 1916 Committee, said:

"The Government is in crisis because of its arrogant imposition of water charges, the last straw of austerity for the Irish people who have had to bear far too much. The way forward in the campaign, which we believe can and will be won, will be addressed at the James Connolly School.

"We will also be discussing the campaign to save Moore Street, the Housing Crisis, Irish Unity and the prospects for a Left Republican Government. The event is open to the public and free of charge."

Please see clár below.

James Connolly School 2014

Saturday 8 November 1pm to 5pm

UNITE Union Hall, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin

1pm – Launch of Dublin Sinn Féin 1916 Committee and Talk on James Connolly and the Irish Citizen Army by Aengus Ó Snodaigh TD

1.45 pm - Saving Moore Street – the next stage in the battle

  • Barry Lyons – 1916 Relatives Association
  • James Connolly Heron – Great Grandson of James Connolly

2.30pm – The Housing Crisis – Campaigning for Solutions

  • Eoin Ó Murchú – Recollections & Lessons of Dublin Housing Action Committee of the 1960s
  • Cllr. Críona Ní Dhálaigh, Cathaoirleach, Dublin City Council Housing Committee – Solutions for Today

3.30pm – The Right to Water – the next phase

  • Cllr. Daithi Doolan – Where to for the campaign in 2015?
  • Lynn Boylan MEP – The EU dimension & threat of privatisation

4.15pm – Towards a New Republic

  • Seán Oliver (Belfast) – After Scotland – a Border Poll for Ireland. 
  • Cllr. Eoin Ó Broin – Towards a Left Republican Government.

5pm Críoch.

Tea & Coffee available during the afternoon.

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