6 May 2010 Edition

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Right to Work rally next Tuesday

UNITE has thrown its support behind the Right to Work Campaign, a coalition of young unemployed, trade unions, workers, community groups and other parties looking to press for greater effort on jobs and services from the Irish Government.
The campaign holds its first public rally on the evening of Tuesday 11th  May (7:30pm), when thousands of young people and members of the public are expected to gather at the Garden of Remembrance ahead of a march through Dublin to the Dáil.  The theme of the Right to Work Campaign is ‘Enough is Enough.’
The rally will be addressed by members of the Dublin firefighters, Professor Kathleen Lynch of UCD, Janette Byrne of Patients Together and Walter Cullen of Unite, among others.

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James O’Toole of the Right to Work Campaign and member of the UNITE Youth Forum, said:
“This government has already poured €33 billion of our money into the banks. They are slashing public services to pay for the bill and crippling our economy for generations to come.

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