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Joining the dots: Grassroots Gathering 2015

St. John Bosco Youth Centre, Drimnagh, Dublin
Friday April 17 (evening) - Sunday April 19th (afternoon)
We are coordinating with local water charges groups so as to fit in with the Burn the Bills demo.

Mayday 2004 guidelines for Bring the Noise march on Farmleigh

Guidelines for the Noisy Block
BRING THE NOISE TO FARMLEIGH HOUSE!
Meeting 6pm at Parkgate St/Benburb St

Attention all noisy disaffected people!

Mayday Dublin 2004: For an alternative Europe

Dubln Mayday 2004 leafletThis is the text of the Dublin Grassroots Network leaflet for the Mayday 2004 EU Summit protests.  50,000 copies of this leaflet were distributed door to door in Dubloin in advance of the protests.

Previous Gatherings

The Grassroots Gatherings have been going since 2001. Over that period of time different websites were used to promote the events and to record what happened. These are not all still in existence, over the next while we will assemble what we can and place it here.

In the meantime here's an incomplete list of previous Gatherings and where they took place.

Grassroots Gatherings to date

Robert Allen interviews Laurence Cox about the Grassroots Gatherings

When Ireland's commentators, journalists, spin doctors, economists, politicians, bureaucrats and business people speak of their homeland they see a reality that to them represents economic growth, wealth and prosperity. Their Ireland is a rich one, of economy and technology and modernity and growth - a thing they began to call the 'Celtic Tiger' during the boom years of the 1990s. It is epitomised by people like Michael O'Leary, chief executive of the low-fare airline Ryanair, who received ir�17 million for his shares after the company went public.

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