“Justice: it concerns us all.”

We are living in a time when ordinary people are being coerced by government and corporate institutions. A time when our natural resources are being systemically ravaged and exploited by multi-nationals for the benefit of the few. A time when the values of accountants and bankers dictate how we all live our lives, and it’s us who are being made to pay the bill for their greed, while they continue to grab more and more.

Throughout Ireland and Britain working people and those struggling to find work are being harassed by employers who seize the opportunity to roll back equality and fairness in pursuit of greater profit. Everything is calculated, costed and measured by ‘the market’, and it says ordinary people’s lives and concerns don’t matter! We see the old tactic of divide and rule diverting anger & frustration into sectarian, racist and sexist support for demands to drive somebody out of somewhere. Now, more than ever, we need to make common cause with all those struggling for justice in its many aspects.

Against this backdrop of right wing policies and so called ‘austerity’, the unresolved justice questions of our past continue to make the headlines. Many long years after their loved ones were taken from them, relatives and friends still calling for truth and justice are increasingly being met with counter voices saying: no to investigations, no to prosecutions and no to inquiries and inquests. Through its surrogates the state tells us we as a society need to move on. Justice and accountability for past events is considered to be too expensive and we are told: we can’t afford justice for the dead, think only of the living. Those who challenge that view are systematically isolated, alienated and even demonised.

In this context the Bloody Sunday March Committee are delighted to present this programme of events. In particular with regard to the events of Bloody Sunday we draw your attention (inside) to the launch of Eamonn McCann’s new booklet on Thursday 30th January.

We invite you to come along to all or any of these events, whether it be just to get informed or to make a contribution. After all, justice concerns us all!


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Read About 2014


28th Nov 2014

Hands Up Don’t Shoot

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31st Jan 2014

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24th Jan 2014

Margaretta D’arcy

As we prepare for the 2014 Bloody Sunday March artist and anti-war activist Margaretta D’Arcy was jailed for her protests  over…

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15th Jan 2014

Calendar of Events 2015

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