Labour
Years Active:1912
Groups & Sections:Labour Left  … Sub-group/Section/Tendency
Documents in Archive:23
Posters and Images:2
Publications:Times Change, TILT, Spectre, Labour News Bulletin, Labour Left, Labour
International Affiliations:Socialist International  (1951)
Progressive Alliance  (2013)
European Affiliations:Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats  (European Parliament Group) 
Party of European Socialists  (European Party) 
Related Organisations: National Labour Party, National Progressive Democrats, Militant, Democratic Socialist Party, Sligo/Leitrim Independent Socialist Organisation, Democratic Left
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About

The Labour Party was founded in 1912 in Clonmel, County Tipperary, by James Connolly, James Larkin and William O’Brien as the political wing of the Irish Trade Union Congress. Unlike the other main Irish political parties, Labour does not trace its origins to the original Sinn Féin. […] The Labour Party is a member of the Progressive Alliance, Socialist International and Party of European Socialists (PES), while the party’s MEPs sit in the European Parliament group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats. Through these organisations, the Labour Party is linked with the Social Democratic and Labour Party in Northern Ireland.

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Identifiers

VIAF135124361 
Websitewww.labour.ie 
WikipediaLabour Party (Ireland) 

Images

  • Previous logo, changed in 2016.

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Posters and Images

Related Material

Items about Labour.

Documents

External Resources

Election Literature & Leaflets

Irish Election Literature

A number of leaflets and documents from the party and individual candidates.

Election Manifestos

Irish Election Manifesto Archive

Manifestos from national, local and European elections.

Programmes for Government

Irish Election Manifesto Archive

Includes programmes for government from Labour’s periods in coalition with FIne Gael, Fianna Fáil and Democratic Left.


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