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Wednesday 27 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Demonstration

Last month
August 2023
Explainer: Why is the far-right targeting Ireland's libraries?
A report by
Cormac Fitzgerald
In recent months a number of right wing and conspiracy theory fuelled groups have staged protests at numerous libraries. Why?
This year
Sit-down protests continue as Rispin's Meath beat Waterford
All Star forward Emma Duggan fired 1-4 to help her side to victory over Waterford.
Sit-down protests continue as Rispin makes winning start as Meath boss
All Star forward Emma Duggan fired 1-4 to help her side to victory over Waterford.
'The manner of it wasn't appropriate' - IRFU on flyer protest before Ireland v England
A woman handed out flyers before the Six Nations clash at Musgrave Park.
'The manner of it wasn't appropriate' - IRFU on flyer protest before Ireland v England
A woman handed out flyers before the Six Nations clash at Musgrave Park.
Protesters gather outside Leinster House calling for eviction ban to be reinstated
The protest, organised by the Cost of Living Coalition, began at 1pm on Kildare Street.
All time
Wedding guest limit will increase to 100 from 5 August, baptisms also to resume
Baptism ceremonies will also be allowed, but not the gatherings afterwards.
Protest in Dublin city centre against vaccines and new Covid Certs
Protesters gathered at Custom House Quay before making their way along O’Connell Street and then to Government Buildings.
Anti-lockdown protests held in London hours after final Covid-19 restrictions lifted in England
Protesters chanted ‘shame on police’ and ‘arrest Boris Johnson’ as they gathered in London today.
George Nkencho inquest adjourned as demonstrators gather at RDS to 'stand in solidarity' with family
The inquest has been adjourned as the GSOC investigation is ongoing.
Protests around country repeat calls for Irish solidarity with Palestine
23 protests were organised at locations around the country this afternoon.
Investigation launched into organisers of protest outside Dublin garda station
The protest related to the arrest of a man on foot of a bench warrant earlier in the day.
Farmers bring traffic to a standstill as protest reaches Dublin Port
Dozens of tractors returned to blockade streets around Leinster House yesterday.
Man set on fire and protester shot by Hong Kong police as demonstrations continue
Another demonstrator died in the city on Friday as protests continue.
Cyclists stage 'die in' outside the Dáil in second day of protest
Yesterday, cyclists staged a similar protest outside the Dublin City Council offices.
Dozens of people killed during anti-government protests in Iraq
Nearly 200 people have died and thousands have been wounded since the rallies first began earlier this mont.
Extinction Rebellion protesters moved by gardaí during sit-in outside Dáil
The demonstration is part of a week-long protest by the group.
Hundreds of laid-off Wrightbus workers protest outside church over donations
Wrightbus went into administration last week with the loss of 1,200 jobs.
PHOTOS: Large crowds take to the streets of Dublin for this year's March for Choice
This is the first March for Choice since Ireland enacted abortion legislation in December.
Demonstrators clash with police after more than a million people turn out for Hong Kong protests
People took to the streets en masse to protest a new law that would allow extradition to China from Hong Kong.
Nicaragua to release protesters arrested during last year's uprising
The bill passed by parliament also closes the door on investigating and punishing security forces involved in repressing the protests.
Explainer: What's happening in Sudan?
The country’s president Omar-al-Bashir was removed from power and detained by the army yesterday.
'We will not be ignored': Activists to take to the streets again for Dublin housing protest
Today’s demonstration kicks off in Dublin at three different locations at 2pm.
Port Tunnel reopens after being blocked by 'yellow vest' protesters
The tunnel has since reopened.
Thousands march through Dublin city centre to protest housing crisis
Today’s protest coincides with the anniversary of Jonathan Corrie’s death near the Dáil four years ago.
'We want to send a clear message': Thousands expected to take part in Dublin housing protest today
Today’s protest coincides with the anniversary of Jonathan Corrie who died near the Dáil four years ago.
'Clothes are not consent': Thongs hung up at Spire to protest use of clothing as rape trial evidence
The protest was organised by ROSA and Solidarity-People Before Profit TD Ruth Coppinger.
Owners of Dublin building occupied by protesters say it is 'not safe'
The building at Belvedere Place was occupied on 8 September.
24 injured and two arrested during Barcelona rally and counter-protest
The rally was to pay tribute to police deployed to prevent the 2017 Catalan independence referendum – but people outraged at the rally also turned out.
Garda pleads not guilty to assaulting RTÉ cameraman at protest against far-right group
The incident allegedly happened at a demonstration by far-right group Pegida in Dublin in February 2016.
Pictures: Dublin's March for Science joins thousands worldwide calling for end to 'alternate facts'
Organisers say there is a mounting political pressure on facts-based evidence.
'We're on the verge of a really important victory': Large crowds gather in Dublin for Right2Water protest
Crowds turned out in Dublin today for the demonstration.
Pictures: Thousands throng Dublin city centre for pro choice rally
Demonstrations took place in major cities across Europe in solidarity with the Dublin march.
Claims teens were kept in solitary confinement at Oberstown are rejected
The case was heard in court today.
National outrage after 10-year-old child shot dead by Brazil police
Italo Ferreira had been driving a stolen car when police shot him in the head.
Calls for animal circus ban after protesters left bloody at demo
The ISPCA has been runnings its ‘Big Stop’ campaign to have the attractions outlawed.
Alan Kelly: Fingal County Council is trying to buy Tyrrelstown houses
Some 100 families face the threat of eviction.
69 German police officers injured in clashes with left wing protesters
The protesters had turned up to counter a neo-Nazi demonstration in Leipzig.
These activists paid an awkward visit to the Dublin offices of a US vulture fund
The Irish Housing Network said it took over the reception area of Blackstone’s Dublin offices for close to an hour.
Delays to Irish flights after protesters occupy Heathrow runway
Services have been disrupted by a runway demonstration.