SIPTU Protest September 30th

Picked this up off Cedar Lounge Revolution

Dear Member,

Please find attached the first national SIPTU Community Sector newsletter. This will be a quarterly publication to keep you informed of the organising campaign to build your union.

As part of the campaign a major protest is being organised against the critical underfunding in the sector and the savage cuts proposed by Colm McCarthy’s “Bord Snip Nua” report. We are encouraging all workers, activists and communities to make every effort to show you support on:

Wednesday 30th September
Parnell Square, Dublin 1

We will be marching to the Dáil to deliver our message directly to Government. Please circulate the newsletter and protests details to your colleagues.

Further protests outside Dublin will be announced in the coming weeks.

If you have any queries, please contact your local branch or the Community Campaign at 1890 747 881.


SIPTU Community Campaign
Darragh O’Connor
Community Sector Lead Organiser
Liberty Hall
Dublin 1

T: 01 – 858 6365
F: 01 – 8749115


5 Responses to “SIPTU Protest September 30th”

  1. Urban_Underclass Says:

    Sadly I may not get there, but I will post it on my blog anyway.


  2. Garibaldy Says:

    Cheers Rory.

  3. Sharon . Says:

    Hi !
    “Wednesday 30th September
    Parnell Square, Dublin 1”
    Should read –
    “Wednesday 29th September
    Parnell Square, Dublin 1”
    This blog will be present on the protest , as we have been on the CDP/ JI / CE protests in Clondalkin and in Dublin City Centre.

  4. Garibaldy Says:

    Hi Sharon,

    Thanks for this. Although I think looking at the date, this thread is actually about a protest last year.

  5. Sharon . Says:

    Hi Garibaldy!
    So it is – my ‘bad’ for thinking it was in relation to the up-coming September (2010) protest.

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