From the 2002 Abortion Referendum “No More X Cases -Let Women Decide” a leaflet from The Socialist Party urging a No Vote and advertising a Meeting with Clare Daly and Ivana Bacik.
Leaflet from Ivana Bacik – Trinity Seanad #Seanad16 March 21, 2016
A Leaflet from Ivana Bacik who is running to retain her Seanad seat on the Trinity panel.
Ivana Bacik 2013 Seanad Newsletter March 13, 2013
Leaflet from Ivana Bacik -Trinity Seanad 2011 April 8, 2011
From the 2011 Seanad Elections a leaflet from Ivana Bacik who is running for a seat on the Trinity Panel. A former President of Trinity Studenst Union, Bacik was first elected to the Seanad in 2007 having stood a number of times previously. She also stood for Labour in Dun Laoghaire in 2011 as well as Dublin Central in 2009 and the 2004 European Elections.
She is well known for her role in various Human Rights Campaigns.
“Kiss With Your Eyes Closed -Vote With Your Eyes Open” -Ivana Bacik -2004 Euro Elections September 16, 2010
From the 2004 European Elections flyers from Labour candidate Ivana Bacik. She failed to win a seat.
The flyers caused a bit of a stir at the time given the association between kissing and voting. They were distributed in pubs and clubs during the campaign.
The sender (many thanks) notes “..original Ivana Bacik postcard from Euro election 2004. This version was used as a postcard, a large version was used for washroom adverts. The reverse side of this postcard has a sticker that was used at a post – election thank you event.”
I gather the initial flyers (a the bottom of the post) I posted were an online one.
From the 2004 European Elections a leaflet for Labour Party candidate in Dublin Ivana Bacik. She polled 40,707 votes and missed out on a seat.
The Trinity Lecturer having stood a number of times previously, she was elected as an Independent to the Seanad in 2007. In 2009 she again stood for Labour in the Dublin Central by-election.
From the 2004 European Elections in Dublin. Labour candidates Proinsias De Rossa and Ivana Bacik. DeRossa was elected.
From the blurb Proinsias DeRossa must have been very busy in Brussells.