Photocall: 10.15 a.m. outside Liberty Hall with RESPECT campaign supporters 11.00 a.m. Live screening of the Ireland v Australia match in Liberty Hall Theatre (Limited tickets are available on Eventbrite`). SIPTU representatives will erect a special banner this Thursday (20th July) on the side of Liberty Hall supporting the Ireland Women’s National Team squad in advance of their opening World Cup game against Australia.  A special live screening of the game in Liberty Hall theatre will take place at 11 a.m. SIPTU Deputy General Secretary for Organising and Membership Development, Ethel Buckley, said: "Our banner recalls the dramatic press conference that took place in Liberty Hall in early April, 2017 when the Republic of Ireland women’s football team outlined a list of grievances with the FAI, which made headlines around the world and resulted in a rapid industrial relations victory. “Many players and commentators have said that the improvement in terms and conditions for women footballers helped lay the foundations for the team's recent achievements, most notably its qualification for the World Cup. "Our short, sharp, and successful RESPECT campaign was designed to advance the rights of women in sport. It was a reminder that, in any area of modern Irish society, women should never accept being treated as second-class citizens. The success of the campaign was only possible due to the decision of the players to join a trade union and fight for it to be recognised as their representative body." The roof of Liberty Hall will also be lit up in green on Wednesday night (19th July) in a symbolic display of solidarity with players and supporters ahead of their World Cup opening game.