What we stand for

Free, Quality, Healthcare for All
*No to privatisation or a two-tier health system. *Reverse the bed closures and cut backs in local hospitals. For a comprehensive national health service which treats people according to medical need and not money

A Fair Tax System
*A fair taxation system to fund public services based on ability to pay, not bin taxes and stealth taxes that hurt the less well off.

Housing for All
* An emergency government programme to provide social and affordable housing to all that need it.

Decent Public Transport
*Cheaper fares, extra buses and major investment in an integrated public transport system to reduce congestion and pollution.

Workers Rights
*Full union rights and equal conditions for all workers and an end to outsourcing and exploitation of immigrant workers.

Real Local Democracy
*Proper funding for local government and genuine public participation, transparency and accountability in planning and development issues.

Protect our Environment
*Major investment in sustainable energy, public transport and public recycling infrastructure to deal with global warming and pollution.
*Real protection for our natural and coastal environment Use Ireland's Natural Resources to Benefit the People
*Corrib Gas and other vital natural resources taken into public ownership and used for the benefit of the people.

Keep Ireland out of US led War
*End the use of Shannon by the US military for War in Iraq or elsewhere.

People Power
*Active support for grass-roots community and social movements to bring about real change.
Alternative Economic Agenda Document

An Alternative Economic Agenda
On April 29th 2009, the People Before Profit Alliance launched the Alternative Economic Agenda Document, which sets out in more detail the Alliance's policy in realtion to the economy.

If you are interested in these policies and would like to join the People Before Profit Campaign to help bring about a better Ireland, then text JOIN to 087 2839964.

People Before Profit Candidate Dublin South Election 2011