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Fórsa backs third level funding...

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Fórsa backs third level funding protest

Fórsa has backed today’s student-led demonstrations against insufficient higher

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Fórsa marks international women’s day

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Fórsa marks international women’s day

Fórsa’s probation branch will be running a clothing drive

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Support Our Secretaries public meeting – Limerick

Fórsa is hosting a series of nationwide public meetings as part of its school secretaries campaign. More information on the public meetings are available

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Support Our Secretaries public meeting – Limerick

Fórsa is hosting a series of nationwide public meetings

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Support Our Secretaries public meeting – Galway

Fórsa is hosting a series of nationwide public meetings as part of its school secretaries campaign. More information on the public meetings are available

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Support Our Secretaries public meeting – Galway

Fórsa is hosting a series of nationwide public meetings

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Support our Secretaries public meetings...

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Support our Secretaries public meetings get underway

Oireachtas education committee scheduled for 9th April Fórsa is

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CE supervisors taking strike action...

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CE supervisors taking strike action today on...

Strike action to coincide with protest rally at Department

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ICTU statement on CE supervisors strike

A one day strike by community employment (CE) supervisors and assistant supervisors is taking place next Monday (18th February). The industrial action follows a

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ICTU statement on CE supervisors strike

A one day strike by community employment (CE) supervisors

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Fórsa seeks negotiation on school...

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Fórsa seeks negotiation on school secretary and...

Fórsa trade union has written to the Department of

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Concern over parental leave delay

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Concern over parental leave delay

Fórsa has expressed concern over reports that the Government