An overview of the campaign manifesto.
Let’s invest in what we share, EU funds could support public transport, safer streets and inclusive spaces for all ages. Social housing and secure rent are also crucial to sustaining our communities.
I’ve campaigned for climate justice since 2007. Now time is running out. We face a twin crisis on climate and biodiversity. We need urgent action and an exit from fossil fuels.
We can and should reform EU economic policies to better serve society and our environment. EU institutions need to listen more to citizens and less to corporate lobbyists.
Wider and deeper participation is the best antidote to the politics of division. People must be encouraged and empowered to shape the spaces they share, including online spaces.
“…one crucial pillar of the Good Friday agreement was the co-guaranteeing of human rights…will
you, Mr Barnier, in the (Brexit) negotiations, seek to protect the Human Rights Act…it is also vital
that established principles and policies in areas such as employment, equality and environment
do not face a rollback in this process. We all know that a race to the bottom is one that nobody
“We must make not only our concerns but our ideas heard on the importance of a social Europe
grounded in peace, participation and inclusion.”
“As well as the terrible damage vulture funds may cause in increasing homelessness by causing families
to lose their homes, there is also the question of the kind of landlord vulture funds will become after they
come into possession of the houses in question. They are the landlords who are waiting until they have
the capital gains tax waiver in place to sell on the properties. They will seek to sell them with vacant
possession and will ratchet up rents to seek to do this. There are concerns about the kinds of landlord
we are encouraging into Ireland and their practices. That issue needs to be tackled.”