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One-day Dublin Spring School will explore working class radicalism in Belfast

Alliance Party leader, Naomi Long is among a host of guest speakers taking part in a one-day Spring School in Dublin next month entitled `The Radical Working Class Protestant Tradition in Northern Ireland'. Picture by Mark Marlow/Pacemaker

Alliance leader Naomi Long is among a host of speakers taking part in a one-day Spring School in Dublin next month exploring the north's working class Protestant tradition.

Entitled `The Radical Working Class Protestant Tradition in Northern Ireland' the event, which is being sponsored by the Irish peace and reconciliation centre Glencree, trade union Unite and the Republic's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, will take place at Unite's headquarter's in the ciyt on Saturday, May 6.

The one-day school will explore working class radicalism in Belfast, and other places across the north, and subjects due to be discussed include Radicalism in Trade Unionism and The Religious Underpinnings of Protestant Radicalism.

Speakers include Naomi Long, trade unionist Peter Bunting, People Before Profit activist and writer Eamonn McCann, and historian and playwright, Philip Orr.

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