CIVIL RIGHTS FESTIVALTHE GUILDHALL, DERRY 5-7th OCTOBER 2018 Gaeltacht Civil Rights Event Thursday 4 October – 7pm Tower Museum The TG4 documentary An Mar a Chéile Muid? on the Gaeltacht Civil Rights movement in Conamara in 1968 will be shown followed by panel discussion with Seán Ó Cualáin, filmmaker, Fearghal Mag Uiginn (BBC Blas), Sara Ní … Read more
Speaker: Professor Brice Dickson Location: The Moot Court Room (Level 2, room 006), School of Law, Main Site Tower, Queen’s University Belfast Chair: Ann Hope 50 years after the civil rights marches, Brice Dickson will give the Madge Davison Lecture which will highlight Madge’s role in civil rights and cover issues close to Madge’s heart, … Read more
PRONI, Titanic Quarter, Belfast Celebrating the life of Inez McCormack and women who led civil rights and who campaign for human rights and equality today. Speakers include: Baronness May Blood, Susan McKay, Patricia McKeown, Lily Kerr, Brid Rodgers, Lynda Walker, Kellie Turtle and Vinnie McCormack For booking detail go to:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/inez-mccormack-civil-rights-womens-conference-tickets-48830281687
The 50th Anniversary Civil Rights Commemoration Committee invite you to the McCluskey Civil Rights Summer School on Saturday 18 August 2018 in the Junction,12 Beechvalley Way, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, BT70 1BS This event honours the role of Dr Conn and Patricia McCluskey in the Campaign for Social Justice. The theme is “50 Years On – The Civil Rights Challenges in … Read more
Speakers: Brid Rodgers, Civil Rights Activist and former Deputy Leader SDLP Declan Kearney MLA, Sinn Féin National Chairperson Nelson McCausland former DUP MLA John Lowry Workers Party For further information contact Cllr Tim Attwood Secretary 07802279939 or firstname.lastname@example.org Organised by The 50th Anniversary of Civil Rights Commemoration Committee and Slugger O’Toole. Event is free but to … Read more
50 years after Civil Rights, civil rights activists will speak personally about why they got involved in civilrights and social change, what barriers were in their way, how were they treated and what impact did civil rights have? Speakers: Fionbarra O’Dochartaigh, Derry, founding member of NICRA, Eileen Weir, Shankill Women’s Centre and trade unionist Joe Bowers. Part of the Belfast Pride Festival. Tickets are free but … Read more
Where The Junction, 12 Beechvalley Way, Dungannon, BT70 1BS View Map When Jun 15, 20189:30AM – 4:30PM About the Event 9.30 Registration 10.00 A History of Housing in Northern Ireland – Professor Paddy Gray 11.00 Coffee 11.30 Caledon – Austin Currie 12.00 Housing Conditions and Allocations in the Seventies and Since – Joe Frey 1.00 … Read more
Margaret Ritchie MP MLA, Leader SDLP, speaking at the McCluskey Civil Rights Summer School in Carlingford, Co Louth on the topic of the future of constitutional nationalism, said the key traits of progressive nationalism namely a successful economy and reconciled people can lead to the ultimate goal of a united Ireland – a goal … Read more
The McCluskey Civil Rights Summer School addressed serious issues at Carlingford on Saturday.
The most contentious revolved around “armed struggle”. I chaired this session feeling somewhat like a referee between opponents whose antagonism was reminiscent of the enmity between the UUP and DUP.
“The Legacy of the Civil Rights Movement” Saturday 28 August 2010 in Holy Trinity Church, Carlingford, Co Louth Speakers include: Margaret Ritchie MP MLA Dr. Martin Mansergh TD Austin Currie Danny Morrison Tom Elliot MLA Roy Garland Alex Attwood MLA David McKittrick To RSVP or for further information contact: Tim Attwood 07802 279939 or Email: … Read more