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Thursday January 01 1970

Gaza to Cairo: SWP public meeting

category dublin | miscellaneous | event notice author Monday November 28, 2011 21:43author by Aine - SWP Report this post to the editors

SWP in Rathmines have a public meeting at 8pm this Thursday (1 December) in the Travelodge, Lower Rathmines Road with a report from Councillor Hughie Lewis of his experiences on the MV Saoirse/Freedom Flotilla and John Molyneux on the Egyptian revolution. All welcome.

SWP in Rathmines have a public meeting at 8pm this Thursday (1 December) in the Travelodge, Lower Rathmines Road with a report from Councillor Hughie Lewis of his experiences on the MV Saoirse/Freedom Flotilla and John Molyneux on the Egyptian revolution. All welcome.

author by Mick Mc Carthy - Colaiste Dhulaigh (Coolock)publication date Wed Nov 30, 2011 22:12author email author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Hi, I wonder would it be ok for me to come to this meeting and take some pictures during the meeting. I'm currently doing a Photography course in Colaiste Dhulaigh, Coolock and I'm doing a module in Photojournalism at the moment. I need to cover a news worthy event and this would be something I would support and feel would obviously be newsworthy. Dont know if this would be a suitable meeting to take photographs at but maybe someone can let me know. many thanks, Mick Mc Carthy

 
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