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Podcast of Irish Citizen Army commemoration

Listen to songs and comment from the Centenary Commemoration of the Irish Citizen Army held in Liberty Hall on Saturday , 22nd March.For Podcast Click Here

New Employment Permits Bill tackles exploitation of undocumented workers in Ireland

Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI) has welcomed the publication of the Employment Permits (Amendment) Bill 2014 by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton. Read More

SIPTU President calls for major economic stimulus package

SIPTU General President, Jack O’Connor, has called on the Government to implement a major economic stimulus package in order to increase job creation and develop the domestic economy. Read More

Wages victory for SIPTU members at Errigal Seafood

Workers at Errigal Seafood in Carrick, Co Donegal, have won a further victory at the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) in relation to attempts by the seafood supplier to implement wage cuts. The EAT has rejected an appeal by the company against Rights Commissioner decisions on payment of wages claims won by 24 employees. Read More

SIPTU LGBTQ Launch - 26th February

The launch of the SIPTU LGBTQ Network - 26th February

Patricia King DFB

SIPTU Vice President Patricia King addressing the crowd at the Firefighters protest on 7th April READ MORE

MAY DAY Banner 2014

Calling all SIPTU members to march behind your Union banner on May Day

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From Private Homes to Public Action

In 2003, a small group of domestic workers formed the Domestic Workers Action Group (DWAG). Ten years later, well over 300 domestic workers are active members of DWAG. In 2013, DWAG has agreed to campaign jointly with SIPTU.