|Years Published:||1943–1946, 1961–|
|Published By:||Communist Party of Northern Ireland, Communist Party of Ireland, Irish Communist Party|
|Issues in the Archive:||1|
|Discuss:||Comments on this publication|
Unity is a weekly paper published by the Communist Party of Ireland (CPI) in Belfast.
Initially produced by the Communist Party of Northern Ireland (CPNI) between 1943 and 1946. It was re-established by the CPNI in the 1960s, and continued as a CPI publication when the CPNI and Irish Workers’ Party refounded the CPI in 1970.
Following divisions in the CPI in 2021, Unity continued to be published in Belfast by members who subsequently ‘refounded’ as the Irish Communist Party.
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Unity, Vol. 19, No. 25
Communist Party of Ireland
- 2007 - Unity, Vol. 19, No. 25
Gary Denis, Herman Glaser-Baur, Pearse McKenna, James Stewart
Note: This list is not exhaustive. Only named authors with entries in the archive are listed here.
This is out of date.
By: Colin Craig | 11th November 2022, 10:18pm
Unity is now the official organ of the Irish Communist Party, the founding Congress of which was held in the summer of 2022.
Re: This is out of date.
By: Aonrud | 13th November 2022, 12:10pm
Thanks Colin. Do you know is Unity available online anywhere now, or just in print?
I had been aware of the Irish Communist Party congress, but having no direct connection to those involved, I didn't want to add it to our site based on second-hand information, so was waiting until I found a statement or information from the party itself.
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