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Thursday, October 19, 2006

The Struggle in France - Fri Oct 20th

The Struggle in France:
From the banlieu riots to the CPE (7:00 PM - 10:00 PM)
The Struggle in France: From the banlieu riots to the CPE Over the last year France has seen levels of social struggle unknown for many years. Going from the banlieu riots of November to the millions of students in spring struggling against and preventing the introduction of reactionary labour laws, France has been in flames.

Two members of the French CNT (an anarcho-syndicalist union) and participants in the students struggle will be speaking in Seomra Spraoi, 6 Lower Ormond Quay (the blue door) at 7 pm on Friday the 20th of October.

Location: Seomra Spraoi, 6 Lower Ormond Quay

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Friday, October 06, 2006

RAG magazine launch

This Saturday, from 5pm 'til late in Seomra Spraoi, Dublin.It's going to be brilliant, deadly band, yummy food, amazing women and a great magazine.

RAG magazine – Dublin’s new feminist publication

A fabulous, fun-filled launch party will take place on Saturday the 7th of October at Seomra Spraoi, No.6 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1. Doors open at 5pm, food will be served at 6pm, the band Party Weirdo will play at 9pm followed by DJs afterwards. Entrance is a measly €5 on the door which will include a shiny new magazine for your mitts, a plate of food for your belly and stencilling stuff to allow you to jazz up your t-shirt/bag/hoodie with a kick-ass feminist image. Launch will be child-friendly until 9pm….

RAG is a collective of anarcha-feminists in Dublin who have been meeting for the past year and a half. We have worked together on various projects - while steadily plodding away towards this goal: Issue 1 of the RAG magazine! The magazine contains interesting and inspiring articles on a wide range of subjects including: why do anarchists go to school, feminist health, child birth, women in the libertarian movement in Dublin, sexual violence, book reviews, women in film, personal accounts of sexual assault and immigration and many other topics both serious and more light-hearted.

All are very welcome, drop in at any stage over the evening, feel free to bring along music to play. It’s going to be brilliant.The magazine will be available in distros and friendly book shops in Dublin and across Ireland soon but get it first, come to the launch.Any more information contact ragdublin@riseup.net or see http://www.ragdublin.org/, a map to the venue can be found here.

For details on the venue see:http://www.seomraspraoi.org/ and follow the links to the myspace and blog

Related Link: http://www.ragdublin.org/

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