Public Meeting – Capitalism fails the environment

Fermanagh Public Meeting
Copenhagen Climate Summitt:
Capitalism fails the environment
What is the socialist alternative?

Speaker: Paddy Meehan, Socialist Youth Organiser

Hosted by Fermanagh Socialist Party & Socialist Youth

3pm Sat 20th February
The Clinton Centre, Enniskillen

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