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derry / anti-war / imperialism / news report Thursday July 31, 2008 17:45 by DAWC   text 1 comment (last - tuesday august 05, 2008 19:26)   image 2 images
Members of the Derry Anti War Coalition marked the second anniversary of the massacre at Qana in Lebanon with a vigil at the Derry Raytheon plant on Wednesday. read full story / add a comment
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derry / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Friday July 25, 2008 16:00 by Kev   image 1 image
The Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign presents the multi-award winning documentary 'Occupation 101 - Voices of the Silenced Majority'. This will be followed by a short Q&A session Marie Crawley, Chairperson of the IPSC. read full story / add a comment
derry / anti-war / imperialism / event notice Thursday July 10, 2008 02:26 by F.E.I.C.   text 1 comment (last - thursday july 10, 2008 15:20)
Feic Vigil at Raytheon Derry
Friday 11 July, 5pm Branch Rd.
off Buncrana Rd. Derry

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derry / anti-war / imperialism / feature Thursday June 12, 2008 02:09 by Goretti Horgan   text 39 comments (last - wednesday june 25, 2008 17:14)   image 8 images
The 9 anti-war activists who occupied the arms manufacturer Raytheon's offices and destroyed its computers have been acquitted by a jury in Belfast. Derry Anti War Coalition calls on the office of the Attorney General and the Crown Prosecution Service, in light of the jury's verdict of 'not guilty' to criminal damage charges, to institute an investigation into the activities of Raytheon at its various plants across the UK, with a view to determining whether Raytheon is a criminal enterprise.

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derry / history and heritage / news report Friday April 25, 2008 23:11 by John   text 3 comments (last - saturday april 26, 2008 07:56)   image 1 image
Indymedia had a pretty good write up recently which I enjoyed on the history of Irelands social centre’s and radical bookshops of which I don’t think there are enough of these days. The topic itself was titled 'A Hidden History of Social Centre’s In Ireland' (http://www.indymedia.ie/article/87044) and of course the North West once again seemed to have slipped peoples minds, apologies Darren. read full story / add a comment
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derry / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Friday April 25, 2008 17:42 by KALERA FREEDOM   text 2 comments (last - friday april 25, 2008 17:52)   image 13 images
Protesters gathered in the city cantre of Derry to mark International Day in Solidarity with Political Prisoners. read full story / add a comment
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derry / environment / event notice Wednesday April 02, 2008 23:14 by MAOR   image 1 image
MAOR (an Irish word for ‘guardian’ or ‘steward’) are a group of individuals based in the North West who came together in 2006 in solidarity with the Shell to Sea campaign and in response to the issues surrounding gas and oil exploration off the Donegal coast.
The upcoming MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight attempts to be a tool to raise awareness of and generate discussion on ownership and management of Ireland’s natural resources.
MAOR encourages everyone to take part in this energising programme of films, workshops, media discussions and a Citizen’s Forum.
All participation in the MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight will be highly valued as MAOR will be compiling all the thoughts shared throughout the events for use in council and government consultation.
Find more information on MAOR Energy Fortnight and its events on: www.maorderry.blogspot.com
There’s a map available online to help anyone to find the venues at:
http://veryderry.com/MOAR-Energy-Forum-Fortnight/
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derry / environment / event notice Wednesday April 02, 2008 23:03 by MAOR
MAOR (an Irish word for ‘guardian’ or ‘steward’) are a group of individuals based in the North West who came together in 2006 in solidarity with the Shell to Sea campaign and in response to the issues surrounding gas and oil exploration off the Donegal coast.
The upcoming MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight attempts to be a tool to raise awareness of and generate discussion on ownership and management of Ireland’s natural resources.
MAOR encourages everyone to take part in this energising programme of films, workshops, media discussions and a Citizen’s Forum.
All participation in the MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight will be highly valued as MAOR will be compiling all the thoughts shared throughout the events for use in council and government consultation.
Find more information on MAOR Energy Fortnight and its events on: www.maorderry.blogspot.com
There’s a map available online to help anyone to find the venues at:
http://veryderry.com/MOAR-Energy-Forum-Fortnight/
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derry / environment / event notice Wednesday April 02, 2008 22:53 by MAOR
MAOR (an Irish word for ‘guardian’ or ‘steward’) are a group of individuals based in the North West who came together in 2006 in solidarity with the Shell to Sea campaign and in response to the issues surrounding gas and oil exploration off the Donegal coast.
The upcoming MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight attempts to be a tool to raise awareness of and generate discussion on ownership and management of Ireland’s natural resources.
MAOR encourages everyone to take part in this energising programme of films, workshops, media discussions and a Citizen’s Forum.
All participation in the MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight will be highly valued as MAOR will be compiling all the thoughts shared throughout the events for use in council and government consultation.
Find more information on MAOR Energy Fortnight and its events on: www.maorderry.blogspot.com
There’s a map available online to help anyone to find the venues at:
http://veryderry.com/MOAR-Energy-Forum-Fortnight/
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derry / environment / event notice Wednesday April 02, 2008 22:41 by MAOR   text 1 comment (last - thursday april 03, 2008 12:31)   image 1 image
Monday 7th April
Sandino’s 8pm

Film: Who Killed the Electric Car? - “the sad tale of yet one more attempt by a heroic group of civic-minded souls to save the browning, warming planet.” read full story / add a comment
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derry / environment / event notice Wednesday April 02, 2008 22:29 by MAOR   image 1 image
MAOR (an Irish word for ‘guardian’ or ‘steward’) are a group of individuals based in the North West who came together in 2006 in solidarity with the Shell to Sea campaign and in response to the issues surrounding gas and oil exploration off the Donegal coast.
The upcoming MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight attempts to be a tool to raise awareness of and generate discussion on ownership and management of Ireland’s natural resources.
MAOR encourages everyone to take part in this energising programme of films, workshops, media discussions and a Citizen’s Forum.
All participation in the MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight will be highly valued as MAOR will be compiling all the thoughts shared throughout the events for use in council and government consultation.
Find more information on MAOR Energy Fortnight and its events on: www.maorderry.blogspot.com
There’s a map available online to help anyone to find the venues at:
http://veryderry.com/MOAR-Energy-Forum-Fortnight/
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derry / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Thursday March 27, 2008 17:34 by events@lasc.ie   1 attached file
LAW 2008 aims to focus attention on the issue of the private exploitation of water, and the impact of this on human development. It will have a further emphasis on the Association Agreement currently being negotiated between the European Union and the Andean Community of Nations (CAN) - to be approved by summer 2009 read full story / add a comment
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derry / environment / event notice Tuesday March 25, 2008 23:46 by MAOR Derry   image 1 image
MAOR (an Irish word for ‘guardian’ or ‘steward’) are a group of individuals based in the North West who came together in 2006 in solidarity with the Shell to Sea campaign and in response to the issues surrounding gas and oil exploration off the Donegal coast.

The upcoming MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight attempts to be a tool to raise awareness of and generate discussion on ownership and management of Ireland’s natural resources.

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derry / environment / news report Tuesday March 25, 2008 23:33 by MAOR Derry   text 2 comments (last - wednesday april 02, 2008 09:52)   image 1 image
MAOR (an Irish word for ‘guardian’ or ‘steward’) are a group of individuals based in the North West who came together in 2006 in solidarity with the Shell to Sea campaign and in response to the issues surrounding gas and oil exploration off the Donegal coast.

The upcoming MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight attempts to be a tool to raise awareness of and generate discussion on ownership and management of Ireland’s natural resources.
MAOR encourages everyone to take part in this energising programme of films, workshops, media discussions and a Citizen’s Forum.

All participation in the MAOR Energy Forum Fortnight will be highly valued as MAOR will be compiling all the thoughts shared throughout the events for use in council and government consultation.

read full story / add a comment
St Patrick's flag flutters in front of Limavady Orange Hall, Co Derry
derry / miscellaneous / news report Monday March 17, 2008 14:35 by Shane   text 9 comments (last - wednesday march 19, 2008 11:29)   image 2 images
This morning, the St Patrick's flag flutters in front of Limavady Orange hall in Co. Derry. The Irish flag of St Patrick, not often seen even in northern Irish Unionist districts, is a diagonal red cross against a white background. When combined with the English Cross of St George (a red cross against a white background, often seen at English football matches and on nationalist rallies in Georgia in eastern Europe) and the Scottish Cross of St Andrew (a diagonal white cross against a blue background) you get the British Union Flag, known colloquially as the "Union Jack". read full story / add a comment
derry / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Friday February 08, 2008 19:14 by Irish Basque Committees
These are hard times for the Basque Country. We are calling on international solidarity to mobilise, to denounce the denial of political and social rights and to support the right of the Basque Country to self-determination. read full story / add a comment
derry / crime and justice / press release Sunday February 03, 2008 21:29 by Richard Walsh   text 7 comments (last - tuesday february 19, 2008 14:01)
RSF has disputed the Provos' claims that RUC men and English soldiers were "murdered". read full story / add a comment
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derry / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Monday January 28, 2008 21:57 by grow   text 3 comments (last - tuesday january 29, 2008 11:55)   image 1 image
After thirty six years the families of those killed and wounded on Bloody Sunday - January 30th 1972 - still wait for the truth to be acknowledged. Once again they set out on the Annual Bloody Sunday Commemorative March. This year there is a theme of Truth and Lies.

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derry / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Monday January 28, 2008 21:17 by grow
11.00am – 11.30am Unmasking, Raytheon: The Truth and The Lies
10.30am – 3.00pm Workshop, A Truth Commission for Ireland?
1.00 – 3.00pm Panel Discussion, Judging Saville
3.30pm – 5.00pm Public Testimony Event Ballymurphy August 1971
3.00pm – 5.00pm Panel Discussion Youth For Truth
1.00pm – 3.00pm Food Fair
7.30 – 9.30pm Drama, Clouds on a Mountain Road
7.00pm Film Screening, Screening of Bloody Sunday documentary,
9.30pm BSWC Fundraiser Event - the Human Beatbox read full story / add a comment
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derry / rights, freedoms and repression / event notice Monday January 28, 2008 20:09 by grow   image 1 image
Nuala O’Loan (former Police Ombudsman) delivers
2008 Bloody Sunday Memorial Lecture.
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