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Resolving Conflict through the Power of Dialogue since 1974

The Glencree Centre for Peace & Reconciliation is an international hub for conflict resolution and promoting sustainable peace. We specialise in inclusive dialogue, mediation, negotiation and peace education.



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Everyone has the right to live in peace


As the Republic of Ireland's only peace centre, and through our role in the peace process, Glencree is uniquely qualified within the international peace building community to transform conflict. As well as our continued work on the island of Ireland, our perspective and expertise has been shared with over ten conflict and post-conflict countries around the globe.



Featured News & Events

January 10, 2020

Glencree presents to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Defence

Team outlines the work of Glencree and our ambitions for the future.
November 27, 2019

Dr. Wilhelm Verwoerd makes address at Una O’Higgins O’Malley Lecture

Peacebuilder and ANC member Dr. Wilhlem Verwoerd explored the dynamics of betrayal when former enemies reach out across political divides at our second Una O’Higgins O’Malley Memorial Lecture in Dublin.
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Annual Summer Event
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A.G.M.
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Peace Walk
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3rd Una O Higgins O Malley Lecture
Save the Date: Mon 12th Oct
 

Your Support Makes a Difference

Corporate Peace Partners

For almost 50 years, our work in developing solutions to conflict has been made possible through grants and donations. In our latest initiative, we welcome our Peace Partners from the business world who have joined us in championing the cause for peace.


Featured Programme


Peace IV

Addressing the Legacy of Violence through Facilitated Dialogue

Glencree has been awarded European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) funding under the PEACE IV Programme for the 'Addressing the Legacy of Violence through Facilitated Dialogue' project. This funding is for regional level projects that result in meaningful, purposeful and sustained contact between persons from different communities.

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