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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

May 19, 2021

Glencree Journal & Launch Webinar

24/3/2021: Dealing with the Legacy of Conflict in N.I. through engagement & dialogue
May 19, 2021

Glencree Journal: Dealing with Legacy of Conflict in N.I.

19/5/2021: Is reconciliation for victims & survivors in NI becoming ‘a cover for political institutional failings’ or can it be salvaged? Joseph Robinson examines.
May 5, 2021

Students meet Minister Roderic O’Gorman

29/4/2021: N/S Post Primary Schools Civic Action Programme
April 1, 2021

Students meet Ulster Unionist Mike Nesbitt MLA

31/3/21: N/S Post Primary Schools Civic Action Programme
October 22, 2020

Podcast: The Glencree Dynamic Dialogue Process

11/9/20: Podcast - The power of Glencree's Dynamic Dialogue Process.
May 22, 2020

Podcast: Belonging & Identity in the Second Generation

23/5/20: Podcast - Part of our Belonging & Identity project, this podcast talks about diversity, integration and what it is like to be a young Muslim in Ireland during Ramadan and Eid in the time of Covid19.
May 1, 2020

Podcast: Introduction to Glencree

19/5/20: Podcast - Introducing the history and work of Glencree.
 

    


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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