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2009 Desmond Greaves Summer School

The 21st Desmond Greaves Summer School takes place at the Ireland Institute in Dublin over the weekend of 11-13 September

2008 Desmond Greaves Summer School

The 40th anniversary of the first civil rights marches in Northern Ireland provides the theme for this year's Desmond Greaves summer school. The school takes place in Dublin between 29 – 31 August.

2007 Greaves Summer School

Programme of the 19th Desmond Greaves Summer

2006 Greaves Summer School

Ken Keable reports on the 2006 Greaves Summer School, held in Dublin at the end of August

2005 Greaves School (lectures/contributions)

Links to contributions and lectures delivered to the 2005 Desmond Greaves Summer School

Politics of the Peace Process

Owen Bennett reviews the Irish peace process at the 2005 Desmond Greaves Summer School and looks to the future

Prospects for the left in Ireland

Lecture delivered by Eugene McCartan, CPI general secretary, at the 17th Desmond Greaves Summer School, Dublin, 26 August 2005

2005 Greaves School Programme

Details of the 17th Desmond Greaves Summer School to be held in Dublin, Ireland between August 26th and 28th

EU dimension to castle talks

Speaking at the 2004 Desmond Greaves Summer School in Dublin, Anthony Coughlan, Emeritus senior lecturer in social policy, Trinity College, and secretary of the National Platform EU Research and Information Centre, highlights the political link between the Anglo-Irish talks in Leeds Castle on the Good Friday agreement and the proposed European Union constitution

School sets out progressive political agenda

Ken Keable reports the 2004 Desmond Greaves Summer School, which took place in Dublin between 27-29 August

Building an alliance for peace

Speaking at the 2004 Desmond Greaves Summer School in Dublin, Peace and Neutrality Alliance (PANA) chair Roger Cole stresses the importance of building a broad-based alliance for peace

Labour warned against another 'mismatched' alliance

Excerpt from a statement on coalition government by ATGWU official Michael O'Reilly as part of his address to the 16th Desmond Greaves Summer School, Dublin, 28.08.04.

A constitution for Europe

Speaking at the 2004 Desmond Greaves Summer School in Dublin on 27 August Ireland's leading eurocritic Anthony Coughlan provides an analysis of the EU treaty establishing a constitution for Europe

Democracy and the EU

Green Party councillor Deidre de Burca exposes the democratic defecit of the European Union at the 2004 Greaves Summer School in Dublin

School ends with call for Irish left unity

The Fifteenth Desmond Greaves Summer School (2003), held in Dublin's Irish Labour History Museum, provided a weekend of fascinating lectures and passionate, informed debate.

Studies in the development of individualistic capitalism

Speakinmg at the 2003 Desmond Greaves Summer School in Dublion, Anthony Coughlan looks at why the work of the late Raymond Crotty is attracting growing international interest

Summer school for progressive debate

In a country which sports a full-blown ‘summer-school’ industry, of which the overwhelming majority is firmly rooted in mainstream culture and politics, fulsome praise must go to the organisers of the annual Desmond Greaves school for providing a truly radical alternative.(October/November 2001 edition)

Fair weather for further north-south integration

Speaking at the 2001 Desmond Greaves Summer School in Dublin, economist Douglas Hamilton examines the question of progress towards economic unity in Ireland. (December 2001/January 2002 edition)

Time to think global and act local

Neo-liberalism lies at the heart of the current phase of capitalist globalisation, argued professor Denis O'Hearn, above, at this year's Desmond Greaves Summer School, held in Dublin in August (October/November 2001 edition)

2012 Desmond Greaves Weekend School

TWENTY-FOURTH DESMOND GREAVES WEEKEND SCHOOL 2012 A weekend of political thought and discussion from Friday to Sunday, 14-16 September 2012 at The Ireland Institute, 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2

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