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Forum for Young People: Q&A Session With Joe Higgins on Elections, EU & Lisbon

category dublin | politics / elections | event notice author Tuesday May 26, 2009 13:57author by Joe - Socialist Party & Socialist Youthauthor email info at joehiggins dot eu

Joe Higgins is standing for the Dublin Constituency in the Euro Elections to be held on Friday, June 5th

Joe Higgins is hosting a forum for young people this Saturday, 3:30pm in the Central Hotel. There will be a Q&A session discussing the elections, the EU, Lisbon and the economic crisis. It will focus in particular on how these issues effect young people. All young people interested in these issues, thinking of voting for Joe Higgins or who want to find out more about socialist ideas should come along..
Poster for the Forum
Poster for the Forum

The Central Hotel is located on Exchequer street, just off Georges Street. The event is supported by Socialist Youth and the Socialist Party.

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author by Pierce Farrell - Campaign Against the EU Consitutionpublication date Wed May 27, 2009 21:48author address author phone

As you can see at the bottom of their homepage they are headquartered at 39 Lower Leeson Street. For an organisation that's barely a month old and claims to be "a movement of young people from all over Ireland" they have a pretty prestigeous headquarters, ere's an example from DAFT to give an idication of the rent they must be paying.

And also on their homepage are details for a meeting in Dublin tomorrow:

Thursday the 28th May, 6:30 p.m., at 84 Lower Baggot Street.

Come along and make your voice heard. You can also ask where they got their money from. Perhaps it was the EDA?


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