Tag: Protest

50 Greys in Shades

The Irish Senior Citizens Parliament urges all our members, friends and supporters to join us tomorrow, November 24, on the anti-austerity march & rally in Dublin. We will meet at Cathal Brugha Street  (just off O’Connell Street) at 12.45 pm. Look out for the ISCP banner. We march in protest at the cuts and in […]

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ISCP in the Day of Protest 2009

The Irish Senior Citizens Parliament took a proud part in Dublin’s Day of Protest (November 6) as part of the “Get Up, Stand Up” campaign. Many of our volunteers came out to lend their support to the campaign which aims to protect jobs and pensions as well as vulnerable people and vital services. Here are […]

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Budget 2010: ISCP submission

The Irish Senior Citizens Parliament has made a very detailed Pre-Budget Submission to Government. Among the main points which we have stressed are: A commitment to protect the most vulnerable; An increase of €10 in the State Pension for Older People; The reinstatement of the Additional Payment at Christmas for pensioners (Christmas Bonus); Access to services as of […]

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Support the Day of Protest – November 6

The Irish Senior Citizens Parliament has decided, following a decision of the Executive Committee, to lend its support to the National Day of Protest on Friday 6 November and to the “Get Up, Stand Up” campaign. This campaign aims to bring about change in how Government responds to the crisis we face. As part of […]

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Silent support to reinstate Christmas bonus

A variety of TDs, MEPs (& MEP candidates), by-election candidates and local election candidates came out to lend their support to the Irish Senior Citizens’ Parliament campaign to reinstate the Christmas bonus. A small group of activists from the Parliament (some came from as far away as Westport) gathered outside Leinster House at lunchtime on […]

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Silent Protest on Christmas Bonus

The Irish Senior Citizens’ Parliament is organising a small Silent Protest outside Dáil Éireann on Thursday, 21st May 2009, from 1.15 – 2.20pm, as part of our campaign to have the Christmas Bonus re-instated. The Protest will coincide with our two Meetings (morning and afternoon) in the European Parliament Office that day on the theme Communicating Europe / European Elections. Older […]

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