Conference – A Century of Workers in Struggle 1913-2013
2013 will see the centenary of perhaps the most significant event in Irish Industrial History, the 1913 Lockout. This anniversary offers an excellent opportunity to reflect upon the struggles of workers in the past, and on the challenges facing workers today, both in Ireland and abroad.
To that end, Sinn Fein have organised a major conference early this year in Dublin to consider all the key issues workers faced today and in the past.
The conference, entitled ‘A Century of Workers in Struggle 1913-2013’ is to take place on March the 2nd, 2013 in Liberty Hall in Dublin.
The Conference will hear from many of Ireland’s key Trade Union leaders such as Jack O’Connor, Jimmy Kelly, Peter Bunting and John Douglas, journalists such as Eamon Dunphy, Frank Connolly and Gerry Flynn, workers from the Vita Cortex, Visteon, Lagan Brick and Waterford Crystal disputes, International Union Leaders, Siobhán O’Donoghue from the MRCI, writers such as Brian Hanley and Conor McCabe, Sinn Fein leaders Gerry Adams and Mary Lou McDonald, and more.
The full line-up and brochure for the event is provided below.
This is a public event, and trade unionists, political activists, and member of the public are all very welcome to attend.
The details of the event are also available on Facebook.
Please also note that stalls from Trade Unions, NGOs, Historical Societies and other bodies are welcome, so please feel free to contact us if you are interested.
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