Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني

[Dublin] Picnic Against Apartheid at Leinster House (Amnesty)

Amnesty International are hosting a Picnic Against Apartheid on Wednesday 10 May outside Leinster House in Dublin at 1pm.

We are bringing a Picnic Against Apartheid to the Dáil to call on the Irish Government, and others, to recognise what is happening as Apartheid under international law.

Why a picnic? We want to act in solidarity with Palestinians who are forced out of public spaces by Israeli authorities – just because of who they are – often for something as simple as having a picnic. This is just one example of how Israel enforces a system of oppression and domination against the Palestinian people, and it must end now.

We are inviting the public and our elected representatives to join us to hear our calls and learn more over food, music and speeches.

Bring your lunch and a blanket! The bigger the crowd, the bigger the statement that we in Ireland are calling for an end to this crime against humanity that is apartheid.

This event is organised by Amnesty International Ireland, with the Irish Anti-Apartheid Campaign for Palestine.

Register here to come along!
You can also register your interest to attend or host other Picnic Against Apartheid events this summer in public parks and green areas across the country as a visible demonstration of solidarity.


So come along to our first Picnic this year, bring your lunch and a blanket, show your solidarity and hear what it is like to live under Apartheid from people who have experienced it first-hand.

Hope to see you there!

Event information

Date: Wednesday 10 May

Location: Leinster House, Dublin 2

Time: 1pm to 2pm

Find out more here about Israel’s Apartheid Against Palestinians: A Cruel System of Domination and a Crime Against Humanity.

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