The Irish Left Archive is an online archive of materials relating to Irish left politics, freely accessible and easily downloadable and reproducible.
It was initiated by the Cedar Lounge Revolution.
A “co-operative reference work listing over one hundred women who have made a contribution to Irish life and culture over the last century”.
From the Irish Workers’ Group (1966-68), printed just before the 50th anniversary of the 1916 Rising.
A timeline of Irish Left organisations from 1960 to the present.
For more precise searches, try the following:
Young Communist League
Irish Revolutionary Forces
32 County Sovereignty Movement
Working Class Action
Document contributions from all sources are welcome.
Among the organisations for which the archive has no documents are:
An overview of the music that appears in the archive, including song books and ballad columns in regular publications.
Documents from the 1984/1985 British Miners Strike and support work in Tallaght, Dublin.
Selection of writings on the Official Sinn Féin/Irish Republican Socialist Party split in 1975 – including a tribute to Billy McMillen and interview with Séamus Costello, by Gerry Foley.