Showing items tagged with 'dublin lock-out'
6 November 2013: The official commemoration of the 1913 Lock Out will be remembered as “a hypocritical charade” if the government commitment to publish legislation on collective bargaining is not honoured by the end of the year.
22 October 2013: To mark the centenary of the 1913 lock out: fringe event at the 2013 Irish Delegate Conference
23 September 2013: Video footage from the NUJ Ireland women's conference 2013
3 September 2013: NUJ Irish secretary Séamus Dooley describes the Dublin Lockout centenary.
13 August 2013: Join the campaign to have trade unionist Rosie Hackett added to the roll call of the city's heroes and have a bridge over the Liffey named after her.
30 July 2013: It has been 100 years since the Dublin lock out and the NUJ has organised a conference to ask: Are women still 'locked out'?
3 June 2013: The 28th Congress of the International Federation of Journalists will take place on 4-7 June in the historic grounds of Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland.
20 February 2013: Hanna and her sisters - exhibition on display.
20 February 2013: Suffrage and Struggle: How women shaped their future
3 May 2012: Dublin has been chosen to host the World Congress of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) in 2013.