Entries by admin-tom81

Review of the EU Migration and Asylum Pact

1) A review of the timeline for the implementation of the new EU Migration and Asylum Pact In July 2019, both formal and informal meetings commenced within the Council of the European Union to discuss the future of the EU’s migration and asylum policy On the 22nd of November 2019, the Council published the Finnish […]

A review of the Care Referendum due to take place on 8th March 2024

1. A brief overview of the Care Referendum On 5 December 2023, the General Scheme of the proposed 40th Amendment of the Constitution (Care) Bill 2023, was published (a General Scheme is the draft heads of a proposed Bill). On 6 December 2023, Roderic O’Gorman TD, sought and was granted a waiver from pre-legislative scrutiny. […]

A Review of the Family Referendum due to take place on 8th March 2024

1. A brief overview of the Family Referendum On 5 December 2023, the General Scheme of the proposed 39th Amendment of the Constitution (Family) Bill 2023, was published (a General Scheme is the draft heads of a proposed Bill). On 6 December 2023, Roderic O’Gorman TD, sought and was granted a waiver from pre-legislative scrutiny. […]

Article 15 Constitutional Challenge Against the Legality of the Covid-19 Laws

Status of Proceedings On the 2nd of March 2021, we initiated a peoples challenge against the unlawfulness of the Covid-19 laws – this legal challenge was only made possible through donations from some 3,300 people (thus highlighting the fact that this legal challenge is in the public interest). On the 22nd of March 2021, the […]

Ireland’s Legal Obligations Regarding Asylum and Immigration

The purpose of this information note is: 1) To ask those in support of international protection to consider what is your number and by this we mean: is there any cap you would put on international protection applicants, or would you really burden Ireland with accepting uncapped numbers of migrants? and 2) To review the […]

The Abolition of Freedom of Expression, Including Speech

The Abolition of Freedom of Expression, Including Speech On the 28th of October 2022, the Government released a new bill titled the Criminal Justice (Incitement to Violence or Hatred and Hate Offences) Bill 2022 (hereinafter referred to as the “Bill”). In relation to this new proposed law, the Gov.ie website states the following: The Bill […]

A Review of Relationship and Sexuality Education in Ireland

*THE RELEVANT DOCUMENTS CAN BE FOUND AT THE END OF THIS CAMPAIGN.* What is Driving the RSE Agenda Marxism and a desire to turn children into social justice revolutionaries to bring about Utopia 174 years ago, Karl Marx drafted an infamous document called the Communist Manifesto which was an attempt to solve the problem of […]

Your Right to Peaceful Assembly Under Attack

The Prosecution and Conviction of Glenn Miller of Yellow Vest Ireland and Peaceful Assembly  On the 26th of September 2022, Ben Gilroy released a video on his Facebook channel advising that Glenn Miller of Yellow Vests had been in court that day charged with organising a protest during the Covid-19 lockdowns and had, in fact, […]

Return to School August 2022

Return to School August 2022 This will be the third year that we have produced a video/published information and template letters on Return to School for parents. To recap, the video/information released in August 2020 covered the following topics: Contact Tracing; Face Coverings; Temperature Checking; and Isolation and Detention of children who are suspected cases […]