LookLeft 26 is in Eason’s stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now. Still only €2.00, the highlights of this issue include:
The Battle for Ireland’s Soul – Francis Donohoe reports on the battle for reproductive rights in Ireland.
Debate: Is Labour Left? – Labour Party NEC member Paddy Cole and Independents4Change TD Joan Collins debate the credentials of the Labour Party.
Jobstown Media Analysed – Henry Silke assesses the media’s approach to Jobstown and the water charges campaign.
Build the Union – SIPTU Deputy General Secretary, Ethel Buckley, talks to Deirdre Dunne.
Rogue Crisis Pregnancy Agencies – Cathie Shiels looks at the decade long failure to regulate bogus counselling services.
The Price of Loyalty – Sophie Long, former member of the PUP, discusses loyalism with Kylie Noble.
The ongoing crisis in Brazil – Donal Boushel analyses Brazil’s soft coup.
Organising Respect in Sport – Eoghan Gardiner details the growing demands for respect by women in sport.
Institutions of Division – Justin O’Hagan discuss the sectarian divide that underpins the Stormont malaise.
Emerging from a Nightmare – Peace activist Jules Fitzsimons gives an on the ground account of life in war-ravaged Syria.
Organising for Progress – Éilis Ryan meets Kranthi, an organisation of Indian Communists living in Ireland.
The Right Resurgent – Michael Taft looks at left strategy.
The Bolsheviks in Revolt – James O’Brien on the Bolsheviks and the struggle for democracy.
And much more….