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# Protests

Last week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
Trinity drops disciplinary action against students involved in protests
This month
May 2024
UCC to divest from investment with Israeli company after engagement with Students' Union
Large-scale protest planned in Malmö today to coincide with Israel's Eurovision appearance
Security is likely to be stepped up within the city today, ahead of the Israeli singer’s performance in the second semi-final.
Where do these Irish universities stand on the Israel-Hamas conflict?
Larry Donnelly: Campus protests are squeezing Biden from left and right
Larry Donnelly
Last month
April 2024
Asylum seekers unaware of any plans to clear tents on Dublin's Mount Street
Garda rep says 'no clear guidance' on dealing with incidents like protest at O'Gorman's home
Israeli withdrawal from southern Gaza likely just so 'troops can rest', White House says
This year
2024
'Criminal element embedded' in Coolock protest against asylum seekers, DCC meeting told
Rights group: Over 120 people arrested across Russia during tributes to Alexei Navalny
Dáil told of threats to burn down Kildare hotel after 'disgusting lie' that girl had been raped
At least 150,000 turn out in Germany to protest against the far right
Pádraic Fogarty: Farmers must find a more sophisticated way to be heard than tractor protests
Pádraic Fogarty
Irish farmers to hold rallies today in solidarity with protests by EU counterparts
Gardaí arrested 45 people at 'anti-immigration' protests in Dublin last year
NI Strikes: Varadkar says public sector workers haven't got pay increases 'they should have'
Some 16 trade unions with joint membership totalling around 170,000 are taking part in industrial action today.
Unions in the North have been involved in long-running pay disputes, in some cases lasting for several years.
Workers are demanding that pay awards made to counterparts elsewhere in the UK are introduced in Northern Ireland.
Speaking at Belfast City Hall this afternoon, Nipsa general secretary Carmel Gates said strike action will grow if demands aren't met.
Ten districts with the highest proportion of refugees to get special support package, says Taoiseach
Roscrea protesters criticised over scuffles with gardaí as children arrived to hotel
Integration Minister Roderic O’Gorman is to speak to Tipperary TDs about additional supports for the town this week.
Poll: Do you take part in protests?
Last year
2023
Proposal to stop publishing candidate's home addresses on ballots voted down by government
Counter-protesters detained after clashes with Met Police as thousands gather for pro-Palestine march
Braverman uses Northern Ireland example during criticism of pro-Palestine ‘hate marchers’
Pro-Palestine demonstrations held in cities across Europe today
Russia accuses Ukraine of playing a 'key role' in anti-Israel airport riot
Major pro-Palestinian protests take place across UK and Ireland
France orders ban on all pro-Palestinian protests
Policing Authority says it's 'concerned' over yesterday's protest outside Leinster House
Commissioner told 'credibility of gardaí at stake' as TD warns of potential 'Jo Cox moment'
Three people arrested after two protests disrupt Wimbledon action
O'Gorman: 'Disturbing' that anti-immigration protesters are 'wrapping themselves in the tricolour'
Climate change protesters delay Shell AGM for over an hour trying to storm stage
Climate activists turn Rome's Trevi Fountain black
Clare locals protesting housing of asylum seekers 'disappointed' at government response
'Horror' after Clare protesters board bus to conduct 'headcount of asylum seekers'
O'Gorman says Clare hotel 'has to be used' to house asylum seekers due to lack of accommodation
Pakistan’s Supreme Court orders release of former PM Imran Khan
Rishi Sunak backs police powers used to arrest anti-monarchy protesters at coronation
Thousands protest against French government's migration plans
Climate activists glue themselves to roads bringing traffic to a halt in Berlin
Tens of thousands protest in Israel against Netanyahu's planned judicial reforms