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General News / March 8, 2017

Everything you need to know about Strike 4 Repeal today & how to get involved

General News / March 8, 2017

Everything you need to know about Strike 4 Repeal today & how to get involved

Today is International Women’s Day. To coincide with that many people from across the country are partaking in an extremely important march, Strike 4 Repeal.

 

The activists behind this particular event are urging women not to work today and attend the marches taking place, alternatively wear black in solidarity.

In addition, if you can’t get work off today there is another march after work taking place.

We’ve got all of the information below so you can find out what exactly is taking place in Dublin and around the country like Galway and Belfast.


Here are the times of events taking place at 12pm unless stated otherwise:

Dublin – O’Connell Bridge 12:30pm (we’ll see you there!)
Galway – Eyre Square
Kilkenny – Saint John’s Bridge
Meath, Navan – Kennedy Place
Limerick – Bedford Row 2pm
Sligo – Strandhill Beach 2pm
Mayo – Market Square, Castlebar 1pm
Meath, Ashbourne – Tesco car park 7pm
Cork, Blackpool – Blackpool mall main entrance
Cork, city – St. Patrick’s Hill at the beginning of Mac Curtain Street
Kerry – The Square, Tralee
Belfast – Belfast City Hall

Colleges:
NCAD – Red Square
IADT – The quad
Trinity – The Front Square
UCD – James Joyce Library
DCU – at the Henry Grattan building
NUIG – Join them in Eyre Square
Royal Holloway in London – Founders main quad

Finally if you have to work you can attend the march at the Garden of Remembrance at Parnell Square in Dublin at 530pm.