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Protest Rally Called by members of the Teachers Unions -Tuesday 27th March at Teachers Club, Parnell Square March 22, 2012

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At the emergency meeting that was held by the Dublin West Branch a couple of weeks ago it was decided that some action should be taken to start to bring all teachers together be they permanent, part-time or students. We have been working hard over the last number of weeks in trying to bring together various activists in the three teachers unions. We have now with their help set up a large protest rally on the 27th of March in the teachers club on Parnell Square Dublin at 8.30pm. This is rally is OPEN TO ALL TEACHERS REGARDLESS OF UNION, BRANCH OR SCHOOL Please find attached the leaflet that we have produced for the rally. Please do try to make it along to the Rally if at all possible, but also please print it, photocopy it and spread it around your staff room and if you can email it as far and wide as possible to any contacts that you have that would be a great help. The bigger the attendance we get the bigger impact we will have in trying to defend ourselves and our students from these disastrous austerity measures.

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1. Ninth Level Ireland » Blog Archive » Protest Rally Called by members of the Teachers Unions -Tuesday 27th March at Teachers Club, Parnell Square - March 22, 2012

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2. Blissett - March 22, 2012

‘Worst Attack on Schools in History’

Really? In History?
I don’t disagree with the general sentiment of the leaflet, teachers and schools are coming under extraordinary and sustained attack. More power to this initiative. But that kind of hyperbole is unhelpful.

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