Emma Clancy (Editor).
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Emma Clancy is an independent socialist activist, an economist, and a political advisor for the European United Left (GUE/NGL) on economics and tax justice. She previously worked as a trade union organiser and industrial officer. She blogs at emmaclancy.com.
Damien Thomson (Contributing editor).
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Damien Thomson is a climate justice activist and political advisor for the European United Left (GUE/NGL) in the European Parliament. He is the host of the I4C Trouble podcast with MEPs Clare Daly and Mick Wallace. Damien is the primary operator of the Irish Broad Left Twitter account, @irishbroadleft.
Amy Ward (Contributing editor).
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Amy Ward is a researcher, student and trade union member based in Belfast. She is a founder member of the only Traveller Gypsy led organisation in the North of Ireland and Britain, Tóme Anoshá.
Lisbeth Latham (Contributing editor).
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Lisbeth Latham is a transfeminist and trade union activist. She writes on feminism, anti-racism, and the French, US and Australian labour movements. She blogs at revitalising labour.blogspot.com.
Pádraig Ó Meiscill (Contributing editor).
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Pádraig Ó Meiscill is a writer and activist based in Belfast.
Siobhán Mulvey (Contributing editor).
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Siobhán Mulvey is a feminist activist and political advisor for Sinn Féin in the European Parliament.
Verónica Grondona (Contributing editor).
Verónica Grondona is Director of International Taxation at the Argentine Federal Administration of Public Revenue in the Fernandéz government. An economist and tax specialist with family links to Ireland, she formerly worked as an advisor for European United Left on financial crimes, tax evasion and tax avoidance.
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