The Annual German Remembrance Day 2017 was held on Sunday the 19th at the German Military Cemetery in Glencree. The day included a Circle Discussion in the Glencree Centre, an ecumenical service at St. Kevin’s Chapel, and a wreath laying ceremony at the Military Cemetery.
The Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement is an Oireachtas committee which was set up to deal with and engage in debate on reconciliation, commemoration and North / South co-operation issues. Recently, on November 9th, the Glencree Peace and Reconciliation Centre were invited to speak at an Oireachtas discussion on legacy issues […]
Ms Naoimh Mc Namee has been appointed as the new CEO at the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation. Naoimh takes up her position on the 15th of November 2017.
As a long-time supporter of Glencree’s work in a voluntary capacity and with a strong commitment to global peace, Naoimh is a seasoned mediator and comes […]
Professor Padraig O’Malley recently gave a talk at the Inaugural Glencree Annual Lecture held at the historic House of Lords Chamber, Bank Of Ireland in College Green. In his talk he touched on several subjects including issues regarding a United Ireland, mental health in Northern Ireland and Protestant Existentialism. Padraig has kindly provided us with […]
Newly appointed Glencree CEO, Naoimh Mc Namee represented Glencree at the Annual Armistice Day Commemorations at Glasnevin Cemetery on the 11th November. This year seven newly identified casualties of the First World War had their graves marked by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and the Glasnevin Trust. […]
The Annual German Remembrance Day 2017 will be held this year on Sunday the 19th of November at the German Military Cemetery in Glencree. The commemorations will involve an ecumenical service at St. Kevin’s Chapel, followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the Military Cemetery. In addition, the ceremony will be preceded by a Circle […]