Working on the last few pages of a chapter for a book edited by Colin Coulter and Angela Nagle. I’ve just been rigid with anger over the last couple of weeks - more than usual - and I think the process of writing this chapter is the reason why. This little paragraph sums it up […]
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These are the PDfs I’m drawing upon for today’s work - which for me is based around the issue of social reproduction.
A couple of articles I found handy:
‘Cuts Are A Feminist Issue’ by the Feminist Fightback Collective, an anti-capitalist collective based in East London. The article first appeared in Soundings, December 2011.
‘Affect, Race and […]
From Donal Higgins on twitter - Lots of talk in papers lately on Direct Provision of Asylum seekers. Here’s a show @Live_Reg did on that subject
Edited version of a presentation I gave to Workers Solidarity Movement on Tuesday. I removed a clip from season five of The Wire, along with a short video which compared the use of statistics on economic sectors and occupations in order to observe class, to the act of drawing a circle with straight lines.
Essential reading on Ireland’s corporation tax regime and the IFSC in a report commissioned by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions Northern Ireland Committee.
Thanks to Donnacha Ó Briain for the audio.
This is a recording of the talk I gave at the Unlock Nama campaign launch, which took place on Saturday 28 Jan 2012, at 66-67 Great Strand Street, Dublin 1.
It’s about 22 minutes long.
At the start I drew a diagram on some sheet paper on the […]
In October 2011 Pat Rabbtte gave out thirteen licenses to twelve companies (press release here). The amount of blocks left around Ireland can be seen in this PDF map here, and the way it is done in the UK and other countries is explained in this SIPTU document from last year, available here (see pages […]
This is a drawing of the wallchart I used during the talk I gave at yesterday’s Unlock Nama demonstration.