Monthly Archives: August 2010

Introducing the provisional university

The provisional university is an autonomous education project based in Dublin. Our commitment to autonomous education stems from the fact that the independent and egalitarian dimensions of study and research are under attack. This attack is not limited to the university. It echoes wherever people act independently of market objectives and, in particular, act on […]

Community resisting cuts, November 4th, 730pm, Exchange Dublin

The community sector has been hit hard over the past two years. This is part of a more general pattern whereby social institutions or those oriented towards equality (e.g. public health care; the university) have come under attack. In this public meeting activists from ‘Community First’, based in the south-inner city, will talk about their […]

Stop the Immigration Bill!

Meeting in Trinity College Dublin, 5pm Thursday 28th of October, Arts Block room 4050B The Immigration, Residency and Protection Bill (IRP), currently going through the Dail, maintains and increases State racism. The University can be neither open nor egalitarian in a society in which citizenship is denied to many who work and study in Ireland. […]