Anti-Fascist Action Ireland was founded in 1991. As it says on its Facebook page:
AFA is dedicated to confronting fascism, both physically and politically, in whatever guise it might take” and “As expected, the group’s work is diverse. Small-scale activities involve the removing of racist graffiti and stickers, leafleting an area where there has been a case of fascist activity and organising benefit gigs. More substantial projects include getting involved in football related anti-racist initiatives, writing and producing a magazine called No Quarter and mobilising large numbers to physically confront neo-Nazis when the time calls.
A list of known publications from Anti-Fascist Action, including those not represented in the Irish Left Archive collection.
|In the Area||2010–2013 [Irregular]||Anti-Fascist Action|
|No Quarter||2002–2013 c. [Irregular]||Anti-Fascist Action|
- Leaflets & Publications
Irish Election Literature
Includes leaflets and a useful book providing a history of fascism and the AFA in Ireland.