Socialist Party (CWI in Ireland) members were to the fore in organising rallies and marches throughout the country, North and South, against rape culture and misogyny. The protests followed the verdict in a high profile rape trial which put the court system's failure of women on display. Socialist Party (CWI in Ireland) members were to the fore in organising rallies and marches throughout the country, North and South, against rape culture and misogyny. The protests followed the verdict in a high profile rape trial which put the court system's failure of women on display. 

In the video below, Ruth Coppinger, Solidarity TD (Member of Parliament) and Socialist Party (CWI in Ireland) member speaks to Saturday's protest of over 10,000 people in Dublin. Protests also took place in Belfast, Cork, Limerick and Galway. 

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