There is a rich history of activism in the Australian Labour movement by Irish-Australian women’.
Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.’
launch of two new titles from Arc Publications
one of the most influential designers of the twentieth century.
we can make it the best possible celebration of the 100th Anniversary of The 1916 Rising next year.
a tour of Dublin’s forgotten 1916 Battlefield.
His Excellency, the Irish Ambassador to Australia, the Honourable Noel White, will be the guest speaker at this year’s event.
Eliza Dunlop’s poetry shows that as early the 1850s she was not only aware of, but actively opposed to, the ‘racially and ethnically exclusive construction of ‘Australianness’ and of the ‘native’ (that is, white Australian born)’
Joe Devlin’s tour of country Queensland in 1906 followed hard on the heels of Redmond’s earlier lucrative one, advocating Home rule.
Each visit home is another stage in the grieving process