04
Apr
12

ULA Galway: Counter Conference 13th -14th April confirmed

Challenging the Sell-out of Labour
Building a real political and economic alternative

Counter-Conference

NUI Galway 13th – 14th April

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2012 marks the 100th anniversary of the foundation of the Irish Labour Party. To mark the occasion and to challenge them on their absolute betrayal of the working class, the Galway branch of the ULA is hosting a Counter-Conference to coincide with the National Conference of the Labour Conference. The Counter-Conference will be held in NUI Galway on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th April. Speakers will include opposition TDs, trade union leaders, campaigners, academics and former Labour members. ULA members and supporters, and indeed the general public, are invited to attend and to participate.

It is fitting for working people to commemorate the anniversary of the founding of the Labour Party. The organisation that Larkin and Connolly established in 1912 has been corrupted beyond recognition. The leadership of the Labour Party has turned its back on working people, on women, on the elderly and on the unemployed.

The Counter-Conference will provide a space for political activists, former Labour members and supporters, trade unionists, working people, campaigners and all those affected by unemployment and austerity to gather together to build a new movement for ordinary people.

Further details available from:

www.ulagalway.org/counterconference
ULA.Galway@gmail.com
085 8461013

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