Glencree Peace IV Project, in collaboration with the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland Galway, welcomes submissions for our 2020 Academic Journal which will focus on Addressing the Legacy of Conflict in Northern Ireland through Engagement & Dialogue. Abstracts are now invited from academics and practitioners who are involved in fostering and developing inter-communal relationships and peace in Northern Ireland.
Our Aim to become a leading global peace centre. Glencree believes in a shared world; where human rights are protected; where diversity and different identities are cherished; where all can live free from the fear of violence and with dignity and respect; and where differences and conflicts are transformed peacefully.
PEACE WALK 2019
A sponsored walk through the Wicklow mountains to raise much needed funding for Glencree’s work, Sunday 22nd September (12midday). Find Out More.
In pursuing our mission and strategic priorities, Glencree will at all times promote adherence to our core value of Inclusivity, Non-violence, Respect and Independence amongst our team members and stakeholders.