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Ambitions for the future.

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report

Number Five, October 2018.

Ann Marie Gray, Jennifer Hamilton, Gráinne Kelly, Brendan Lynn, Martin Melaugh and Gillian Robinson

A forward flow to the peace process in Northern Ireland is not inevitable. While there were two steps forward and only one step back a sense of hope and ambition defined the process, and confidence empowered fruitful actions.

In recent times, however, there is a sense and reality of stasis – a society standing still, a political process paused, and civil society frustrated at what might have been while praying it will not become another lost opportunity.

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Recent Events & Activities

November 27, 2019
Ambassador Dialogue Briefing Series
10/9/19: Attended by 27 EU Ambassadors, the latest in Glencree's Ambassador Dialogue Series focused on the impact of Brexit on British-Irish relations and in particular a possible hard border across the island with submissions from Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and Former First Minister Peter Robinson.
July 17, 2019
Glencree Annual Summer Event: Common Good Common Ground
22/6/19: Glencree's 2019 Annual Summer Event centered on the theme of ‘Common Good, Common Ground’ in which the issues and concerns of people from across the island of Ireland were examined.
May 21, 2019
Celebration of Peace during Royal Visit to Glencree
20/5/19: HRH Prince Charles returned to Glencree to unveil a commemorative poem engraving with His Excellency President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins. Leaders from cultural, educational, political and business sectors also marked this special event.

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June 26, 2020
OPINION: Ireland secures seat at UN Security Council table
“From Cork to the Congo, from Galway to the Gaza strip, from this legislative assembly to the United Nations, Ireland is sending its most talented people to do the world’s most important work – the work of peace” President John F. Kennedy, Address to the Joint Houses of the Oireachtas, 28 […]
May 23, 2020
Podcast: Introduction to Glencree
Glencree was founded on the belief that peace can be achieved through the power of dialogue. Through our podcasts, we want to get a dialogue going around the complex subject of conflict resolution and peacebuilding. 
April 2, 2020
Joint Academic Journal Update
25/6/20: 25 papers from around the world for Academic Journal by Glencree in collaboration with the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway. Part of Glencrees Legacy of Violence, Peace IV project, the Journal will be launched at an Academic Seminar at NUI Galway on 26 November.
March 26, 2020
Covid-19/Coronavirus Advisory
7/5/20: Updates and arrangements following the advice of the Irish Government regarding the evolving Covid-19/Coronavirus situation.
March 18, 2020
ABC Radio Interview with Barbara Walshe
16/6/20: Glencree Chair, Barbara Walshe talks about Glencree’s work and the prospect of Irish unification in an interview with well-known Australian radio host Phillip Adams on ABC Late Night Live.
February 20, 2020
Reception for Permanent Representatives of UN Member States
20/2/20: Glencree team attend reception hosted by President Michael D. Higgins, Patron of Glencree, for the Permanent Representatives of UN Member States

October 24, 2019

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report

Northern Ireland Peace Monitoring Report Number Five, October 2018. Ann Marie Gray, Jennifer Hamilton, Gráinne Kelly, Brendan Lynn, Martin Melaugh and Gillian Robinson A forward flow to the peace process in Northern Ireland is not inevitable. While there were two steps forward and only one step back a sense of […]
October 24, 2019

Peace and Beyond – Re-memory and transferred trauma.

Peace and Beyond – Re-memory and transferred trauma: dealing with the past in post-conflict settings – Candice Mama In her opening statement at her session at Peace and Beyond, Professor Pumla Goboda-Madikizela said: ‘How to deal with trans-generational trauma in post- conflict societies is one of the most urgent questions […]
October 24, 2019

Guidelines for Victims and Survivors

Guidelines for Journalists, Editors and Media Educators – Treating Victims of the Conflict with Respect and Dignity These guidelines were developed as part of the ‘Voice, Agency and Blame: Victimhood and the Imagined Community’ / ‘Victims and Dealing with the Past’ project – a two-year initiative funded by the Arts […]
October 24, 2019

Guidelines for Journalists, Editors and Media Educators – Treating Victims of the Conflict with Respect and Dignity

Guidelines for Journalists, Editors and Media Educators – Treating Victims of the Conflict with Respect and Dignity These guidelines were developed as part of the ‘Voice, Agency and Blame: Victimhood and the Imagined Community’ / ‘Victims and Dealing with the Past’ project – a two-year initiative funded by the Arts […]
October 24, 2019

Essential Tips for Victims and Survivors – Speaking to Journalists

Guidelines for Victims & Survivors on Speaking to Journalists Speaking out in the media can be empowering for you and helpful to others. These guidelines are designed to help make your engagement with the media work for you.
October 24, 2019

Essential Tips for Journalists – Treating Victims of the Conflict with Respect and Dignity

Guidelines for Journalists on Interviewing Victims and Survivors of Conflict Remember the NUJ code of conduct: A journalist “does nothing to intrude into anybody’s private life, grief or distress unless justified by overriding consideration of the public interest.” These interviews take skill and empathy. Be respectful in all cases regardless […]
October 24, 2019

Addressing the Legacy of the Past – Analysis of the Consultation Responses

ADDRESSING THE LEGACY OF NORTHERN IRELAND’S PAST Analysis of the consultation responses Executive Summary The legacy of Northern Ireland’s past has had a profound and lasting impact on significant numbers of individuals, families and communities across Northern Ireland and beyond. It has been clear for many years that the current […]