Gluaiseacht is a non-hierarchical environmental and social justice movement. It has been involved in campaigns such as Climate Camp and the Shell to Sea Rossport Solidarity Camp in Mayo. It was formed in 2000, originally as a network of ecological and One World societies at universities and colleges.
It is part of the Irish Environmental Network.
The archive currently has no documents from this organisation.
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- 12th April 2021
- 1 hr 02 mins
In this episode we talk to Terry Dunne, first about his own activism, from the anti-war movement, the non-hierarchical environmental and social justice movement, Gluaiseacht, and the broader activist context at that time. We then discuss Terry's research in the area of agrarian agitation during the Irish revolutionary period, which is explored in Terry's podcast, Peelers and Sheep, and how that fits with more traditional narratives of Irish history.Listen or download