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Demonstrators challenge anonymous smear campaign against right to protest

One of the main groups organising protests against Dublin's EU summit in May has criticised an anonymous smear campaign aimed at undermining the right to protest.

Demonstrators challenge anonymous smear campaign against right to protest 

 


27 March 2004

DEMONSTRATORS CHALLENGE ANONYMOUS SMEAR CAMPAIGN AGAINST RIGHT TO PROTEST

Arrests confirm pattern of garda harassment

The arrests of three protestors in Dublin last night (Tuesday night) have been branded by protest organisers as simply the latest in a campaign of garda harassment in the run-up to next weekend's protests.

May Day organisers condemn Polish represssion

Dublin Grassroots Network, which is organising a Mayday weekend of events for an alternative Europe, today condemned the repression of activists campaigning against the World Economic Forum in Warsaw.

May Day organisers condemn Polish represssion

 



May Day organisers condemn repression of Polish protests
We are the real Europeans, say Grassroots group

PRESS RELEASE Dublin Grassroots Network April 28th

Dublin Grassroots: Saturday march not cancelled

Dublin Grassroots Network reject in the strongest possible terms allegations made in recent television news that our Saturday "Bring the Noise" march has been "cancelled".

Banned Farmleigh march went ahead

We have shown that it is not so easy to take away democratic freedoms. You can break people's bones. You can throw them in jail. But they will still assemble. And they will not give up the right to protest so easily.

Injured protesters were denied access to hospital

The Dublin Grassroots Network has expressed concern at the non-reporting of injures caused by the Garda attack on demonstrators on the Navan road on Saturday evening.

URGENT NEWS RELEASE Dublin Grassroots Network May 3, 2004 For immediate release

INJURED PROTESTERS WERE DENIED ACCESS TO HOSPITAL

The Dublin Grassroots Network has expressed concern at the non-reporting of injures caused by the Garda attack on demonstrators on the Navan road on Saturday evening.

Attempt to criminalise protest overturned

Spokespeople for the Dublin Grassroots Network welcomed this afternoon's High Court decision, which overturned the District Court's refusal to grant bail to May Day protestors. Twelve men had been refused bail by Judge Coughlan in the District Court at Cloverhill this morning in connection with minor charges arising out of Saturday's protest march from O'Connell St. to the Phoenix Park.

Attempt to criminalise protest overturned

 


NEWS RELEASE Dublin Grassroots Network May 5, 2004 For immediate release

DGN May day spokespeople resign en masse

The four spokespeople for the Dublin Grassroots Network, which organised most of the May Day protest events, today resigned their positions.

May day spokespeople resign en masse

 


RESS RELEASE Dublin Grassroots Network May 13, 2004

Mayday 2004 - The criminalisation of protest and the demonisation of dissent

This dossier is a very brief list of events, all of which can be readily documented from obvious sources (media archives, Indymedia).It consists of two parts: firstly a chronicle of recent events giving rise to concern from the moment of the banning of the Farmleigh march; secondly a dossier of "dirty tricks" which we prepared before the banning of the march and released on Friday, April 30th.

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!

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