In 1963 to celebrate the bi-centenary of Irish republican Wolfe Tone’s birth, the Wolfe Tone Bi-centenary Directories was formed. It was decided at a meeting of the Directories in Dublin, […]
From Civil Rights to the Bailout: Social movements, workers agitation, and left-wing activism in Ireland, 1968-2010. Part 3: Radical Politics. Irish Centre for the Histories of Labour and Class, Saturday 20th June, 2015. NUI […]
Alan MacSimoin a long-time Anarchist activist and founder member of the Workers Solidarity Movement. MacSimoin joined as a young man the Official Republican Movement (Sinn Fein). Alan was central in […]
Irish Socialist Republican Richard Behal, talks about Operation Harvest (Otherwise known as the 1956-62 Border Campaign) and the Republican Movement in the mid-late 1960s.
Ireland’s Basque refugees during the Spanish Civil War. A very interesting talk on Ireland’s Basque refugees during the Spanish Civil War was given by Stewart Reddin at Ubh café in […]
The James Connolly Festival 2018 at the New Theatre in Temple Bar (Dublin) gave over Saturday night, May 12, to FIBI to commemorate the Irish who fought with the International Brigade in the Spanish […]
Richard Behal made a daring escape from Limerick prison using a hack-saw to cut through the iron bars of the cell window in 1966. Behal who was 80 in March, […]