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SIPTU Fightback was a newsletter produced by SIPTU members in the 1990s.

SIPTU Fightback is a newsletter for SIPTU activists who believe that the strength of our Union should be used to fight low pay, job losses, wage restraint and cheap labour grades. We think that can only be done effectively when the members have real control of their own union. Our aim is to provide a link-up for the many activists in SIPTU who want a fighting Union, but who feel isolated and powerless. We want to provide news and views, an open forum and a modest service for those activists.


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Podcast Episode

  • Mary Muldowney: Trade Union and Left Campaigns, the Socialist Party, and Oral History

    Episode 7 | 14th September 2020

    In this episode we talk to Mary Muldowney about her political background and experience campaigning in the trade union movement and working in the Socialist Party; pro-choice campaigns including the Women on Waves ship and the abortion referendums; and her work as a historian, and how that relates to her activism.

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SIPTU Fightback Articles


The text of several issues of SIPTU Fightback.


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