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Supplement to Number 175: 14th January 2010

Please note this is a short supplement with mainly time-limited information, not a full issue (the next one will appear at the start of February)

Raytheon leaving Derry

Congratulations to all the activists in Derry and surrounding parts, from FEIC/Foyle Ethical Investment Campaign, DAWC/Derry Anti-War Coalition, and independents, whose perseverance and action over a considerable number of years has seen missile-manufacturer Raytheon announce the closure of their plant in Springtown by the end of February (announcement 13th January). This almost certainly means the end of its presence in Northern Ireland. While employment has recently been cut to single figures, and Raytheon explains its Derry closure in terms of consolidation, it is certain that this move would not have happened without the determined opposition to the presence of this world-leader in weapons of death and destruction. While the plant dealt with computer software – an essential element in any modern weapons systems - Raytheon (and others) initially lied to the public indicating that it was only engaged in civil, rather than military contracts; this was disproved by former employees. Perseverance pays!

Afri Féile Bríde

Afri’s Féile Bríde 2010 takes place at Derby House Hotel, Kildare Town, on Saturday 6th February with the title ‘Awakenings’“The Féile Bríde Gathering endeavours to provide … a platform to enable, facilitate and encourage a new and urgently needed awakening.” The programme begins at 1.10 pm with the lighting of the flame, and registration is from 1.30, running to concluding music at 6 pm, dinner at 7.30pm and céili at 9 pm. Contributors include Nellie McLoughlin, Richard Moore, Fionnuala Gill, and Liz Madden; sessions include ‘The evolving story of the universe’ and ‘Transcending conflict; Freedom in forgiveness’. Conference fee is €20, concession €15, and dinner an extra €20. Contact: Afri, 134 Phibsborough Road, Phibsborough, Dublin 7, ph 01 8827563 or 01 8827581, e-mail afri@iol.ie , web http://www.afri.ie or go direct to http://www.afri.ie/feile-bride-2010

 

MNI training

Mediation Northern Ireland has a two-day course on Handling Life’s Conflicts running on 20th and 21st January in the Belfast area, providing the tools for handling everyday conflicts. Course fee £270. It has a Foundation Course in Mediation, suitable for many different people, starting in February and running over six days (10th, 11th, 18th, 25th February and 4th and 11th March); fee £795 (reduced fee for the 2 courses). The trainers involved are Jim McGrath, Yvonne Naylor and Fred Graham. To enrol or for further information visit the website at http://www.mediationnorthernireland.org or e-mail info@mediationnorthernireland.or g or phone 028 – 90438614.

The deadline for the next full issue of Nonviolent News, No. 176, is the end of January.

 

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