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Bridget Bond Collection Launched At Tower Museum

The Tower Museum has launched the Bridget Bond Collection as part of the Speeches, Strikes and Struggles project at the Tower Museum, funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund. Bridget Bond is one of the most well-known leaders in the civil rights

Bloody Sunday March – programme

We Shall Overcome The Bloody Sunday commemoration has become Ireland’s largest annual human rights event. This year’s program is the most wide-ranging and inclusive so far. There will be a dozen events spread over seven venues in the week leading

Loughinisland Legal Morass

In June 2017 the Police Ombudsman  Dr Michael Maguire released the report of his findings on the case of the the RUC investigation into the Loughinisland massacre.  In 1994 eleven people were shot, six of whom died, in the Heights

Yanis Varoufakis to Speak at Guildhall

Yanis Varoufakis

‘Bloody Sunday, Brexit & The Democratic Process’ Acclaimed economist and former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis will deliver a public lecture at Derry’s Guildhall in January 2018.  The lecture, titled ‘Bloody Sunday, Brexit & The Democratic Process’ will address the

Bloody Sunday Para killed another innocent man in Belfast

One of the members of the British Parachute regiment who was present in Derry on Bloody Sunday went on to shoot and kill another innocent man on the Shankhill Road, Belfast. In the Bloody Sunday  Inquiry  he was known as

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A State Of Chassis

Bernadette Devlin McAliskey giving her talk The Field Day Annual Lecture entitled “A State Of Chassis“ was delivered by Bernadette McAliskey at the Playhouse Theatre, Derry, at 7pm on Friday, September 30th. In anticipation of the talk, Kitty Holland recently

In Memory of Sandy Boyer

The Bloody Sunday March Committee wishes to mark the sad passing of a Sandy Boyer.  Sandy was a lifelong socialist who supported and worked for the struggle for justice here without let up since 1965.   He hosted weekly broadcasts of

Justice For Bloody Sunday – what Cameron SHOULD have said.

Justice For Bloody Sunday Five years on from the publication of The Bloody Sunday Inquiry, this video showing what the British Prime Minister should be saying about justice for the victims of Bloody Sunday was played to the crowd at

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Statement on PSNI investigation

What follows was issued as a Press Release by the Bloody Sunday March Committee on 29 January 2015 On the Joint Statement about PSNI investigation Before Christmas the Bloody Sunday March Committee launched an initiative in pursuit of securing joint action with local

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Programme Launched – ‘RESIST’

Eamonn McCann and Kate Nash at the Launch of the Bloody Sunday March Committee's 2015 programme of events to mark Bloody Sunday

On 14th January  the Bloody Sunday March for Justice programme of events  for  2015 marking the 43rd anniversary of Bloody Sunday, was launched. Eamonn McCann and Kate Nash welcomed the press and others to the event.   This year’s theme is

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