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.
Comment, Vol. 3, No. 4, from 29th March 1974
Banshee, from Irish Women United in 1975.
Issued by Big Flame, the initially Maoist group originally based in Liverpool and founded in 1970.
From the Dublin Housing Action Committee in 1969.
A timeline of Irish Left organisations and parties from 1900 to the present.
For more precise searches, try the following:
Sinn Féin [Official]
Resources Protection Campaign
Irish Women United
Revolutionary Marxist Group
Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association
Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement
Document contributions from all sources are welcome.
Among the organisations for which the archive has no documents are:
Documents related to the Wood Quay protests of 1978 and 1979, which sought to preserve the Viking site found on the planned site of Dublin Corporation's new offices.
Materials relating to the Hunger Strikes of 1980/1 in the archive.
A collection of documents and articles related to abortion and reproductive rights policy and campaigns from a number of organisations in the archive.