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Public rally supporting local artists facing deportation

A public rally is being held at the Spanish Arch this weekend in support of two local artists who are facing deportation after years...

Thousands sign petition to save local artist from deportation

Thousands of people have signed a petition calling on the government to reverse a deportation order for local musician Theo Ndlovu. Theo Ndlovu, aka 'Touché',...

Anti-Racism meeting in Galway city attended by 150 people

A public information event organised by the Galway Anti-Racism Network which took place on Tuesday evening in the city was attended by up to...

Major anti-racism meeting to take place next week

A major anti-racism public meeting will be held at the end of this month by the Galway Anti-Racism Network. The event will take place on...

Public rally against Direct Provision planned for Eyre Square

The Galway Anti-Racism Network are holding a public rally in Galway city next weekend to protest the "inhuman" Direct Provision system and condemning racism. The...

Protesters chant “Modi terrorist” at demonstration against Kashmir crisis

This week, members of the Galway Pakastani Community gathered in Eyre Square to protest against the ongoing Kashmir crisis, with loud chants of 'Modi...

Solidarity rally with Ahmadyyian Muslim community after mosque attack

The Galway Anti-Racism Network is holding a solidarity rally outside the Maryam Masjid mosque in Ballybrit which was violently vandalised overnight. The mosque was the...

Solidarity Selfies to mark World Refugee Day

Today is World Refugee Day and Galway Anti Racism Network is hoping people will take some solidarity selfies to promote the cause. Members of GARN...

City vigil in memory of New Zealand terrorist attack victims

Galway Anti-Racism Network is holding a vigil in Eyre Square this evening in memory of those killed in the terrorist attack in New Zealand...

Spanish Arch to light up red against racism

The Spanish Arch will light up red tomorrow to 'Show Racism the Red Card' this weekend. The Galway Anti-Racism network is asking people to come...

Petition to return married father of one deported after 12 years in Galway

A petition to return a married man with a three year old daughter, deported after living and working in Galway for 12 years, has...

Galway Anti-Racism Network launches racist incident report card

The Galway Anti-Racism Network is launching a racist incident report card this week  to encourage victims of racist abuse and violence to report it. According...

Galway Direct Provision residents ‘intimidated’ by centre staff

Residents of two Galway Direct Provision centres have been intimidated into abandoning Galway Anti-Racism Network (GARN) meetings, according to GARN chairperson Joe Loughnane. Loughnane said...

Galway TD questions government response on right to work decision

Galway West TD Catherine Connolly this week asked Minister for Justice and Equality Charles Flanagan about financial barriers to asylum seekers’ right to work. The...

Thursday – Right to Work Rally

Solidarity Rally for the Right to Work Thursday, Feb 8 @ 1pm, Eyre Square Galway Anti-Racism Network is hosting a rally in Eyre Square to show...
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