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Dublin - Event Notice
Friday March 02 2007

Leafleting at Shell HQ,Leeson Street

category dublin | environment | event notice author Thursday March 01, 2007 16:02author by Dublin Shell to Seaauthor email dublinshelltosea at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

Leafleting of both the Shell HQ's workers and passers-by will take place from 12.30.

Dublin Shell to Sea will be leafleting Shell HQ's employees this Friday to encourage them to 'whistle-blow' on Shell's activities in Ireland.

Those working in Shell Ireland's headquarters, ironically named 'Corrib House, are being asked to provide 'Shell to Sea' with any information they might have in relation to Shell's future strategy and plans in Ireland.

Shell HQ ,in an occupation last year,this time is information we're after!
Shell HQ ,in an occupation last year,this time is information we're after!

"Tell on Shell"

The request for information is contained in a leaflet produced by Dublin Shell to Sea which is aimed directly at those working within the Shell building on Leeson St, Dublin (see below). Shell to Sea activists will hand copies of the leaflet to those entering and leaving the building between 12.30pm and 2pm on Friday 2nd March.

A special e-mail address has been set up to facilitate employees of Shell who wish to help the campaign to send Shell to Sea.

Dublin Shell to Sea has vowed to step up the pressure on Shell headquarters over the course of the coming months.

People are encouraged to attend the picket on Friday 'The campaign to force Shell to Sea can be won if enough people demand it. The protest on Friday is the first in a series that we have planned for Corrib House. As many people as possible should come along and show their support on Friday.

Shell's HQ is loated at Corrib House,beside the Leeson Street bridge on the north side at the junction of Adelaide Road and Leeson Street.

Please come along igf you can!

Related Link: http://www.shelltosea.com

Lets stop this before it gets any worse..
Lets stop this before it gets any worse..

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