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February 27, 2020
Peace Walk
Sun 20th September
January 2, 2020
3rd Una O Higgins O Malley Lecture
Save the Date: Mon 12th Oct

We offer one-day modules for school groups at Glencree to share some of our learning in a range of different areas. These  are suitable for Transition Year students but can also be adapted to other age groups. Students have an opportunity to learn skills and explore different themes under the broad heading of ‘Peace Education’ in activity based workshops. Our facilitators are experienced in working with young people and we prioritise their safety while  offering a positive learning experience.  The duration of these workshops is approximately four and a half hours and lunch is available from our café.

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February 20, 2020
Assistant Programme Manager, Community & Political Dialogue Programme
20/2/20: If you are committed to working through the challenges arising from our violent past, are highly organised and efficient with the personal skills to work on a project that touches on some of the most contentious issues that remain in building sustainable peace, we would like to hear from you.
February 7, 2020
Community & Political Dialogue Team Administrator (Full-time)
7/2/20: We are seeking a dynamic, energetic and positive person to join our administrative team. You will work within a team designed create and manage dialogue opportunities between political, government official and diplomatic actors from across the island of Ireland, Great Britain and the EU. 
January 31, 2020
Glencree welcomes Mary Madden to the Board
31/1/20: Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation is delighted to welcome Mary Madden to our Board of Directors. Mary recently retired after a long and successful career in the Northern Ireland Civil Service spanning over 35 years.
January 24, 2020
Administrative Assistant
27/1/20: We are recruiting an Administrative Assistant to join our Intercultural and Refugee Programme.
December 4, 2019
Call for Papers
5/12/19: We welcome submissions for an Academic Journal that will be published as part of Glencree's Peace IV Project in collaboration with the Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway.
November 28, 2019
Glencree Podcast
28/11/19: A podcast by Restorative Justice International, based in US, with Glencree Chair Barbara Walshe focusing on Glencree's work and restorative justice in Ireland and internationally.

March 11, 2016

Transition Year Modules

We offer one-day modules for school groups at Glencree to share some of our learning in a range of different areas. These  are suitable for Transition Year students but can also be adapted to other age groups. Students have an opportunity to learn skills and explore different themes under the […]
March 16, 2016

One~resolve First Thursday event-moderated by Glencree

Migration and Ireland ‘Even though I’ve been in Ireland since I was three years old, I don’t know where I belong really’. This was the voice of a young person born outside the country struggling to find her place in today’s Ireland. With our experience of emigration, this is surely […]
March 16, 2016

Annual Conference of the Teresian Association

Barbara Walshe, Chair of the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation presented Glencree’s work at the annual Conference of the Teresian Association in Avila, Spain recently. The theme of this year’s conference was Reconciliation, Forgiveness and Mercy. A Christian organisation, called after St Teresa of Avila, the Teresian Association is made […]
March 16, 2016

Spring Newsletter 2016

Spring is in the air at long last and here is the latest edition of our Newsletter which I hope you will enjoy reading and find interesting. – Sue Paterson, Editor Spring Newsletter 2016
May 5, 2016

Courageous Women

Please listen to the Courageous Women podcast featuring interviews with community leaders in Northern Ireland who have found mutual respect through deep dialogue and critical thinking here at Glencree. Participants discuss current issues stemming from the legacy of the conflict and what needs to change to create a more peaceful […]
May 5, 2016

Andy Pollak: The inspirational volunteers of the Calais refugee camps

Last month, our Board member Andy Pollak spent some time  volunteering with the British charity Care4Calais. He has written an account of the desolate conditions of the refugee camps and of the international volunteers who work tirelessly and selflessly to provide the refugees with aid. Read Andy Pollak’s Account
May 17, 2016

Inspire Across the Border

Following a successful funding award from the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin, Women for Election are hosting three one-day INSPIRE Programme training events on the 25 May in Belfast, 26 May in Derry/Londonderry and on 31 May in Cavan. The programme will feature sessions on the challenges facing women […]
May 31, 2016

Invitation to Annual General Meeting 2016

Invitation to Annual General Meeting   16th June 4.30pm at Glencree. We will launch our Glencree Annual Report, the first in 10 years. We are delighted to invite members, friends, neighbours and anyone interested in the work of Glencree to join us. The legal business required by an AGM will […]
June 3, 2016

Directors Report and Financial Statements 2014/2015

This year we are happy to report a Net Income of €71,765 which is our largest profit since 2009. This result has been achieved by very tight management of resources and demonstrates how Will, Gerry and the team are committed to ensuring that the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation […]
June 16, 2016

Glencree Annual Report 2015

Glencree Annual Report 2015 Today Glencree is delighted to present the 2015 Annual Report. Read about its ground breaking work in 2015 and its strategic priorities for the next ten years. Our thanks goes to Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, The Office of Public Works and  The Tony Ryan […]
June 20, 2016

Good Year for Glencree

The Annual General Meeting at Glencree which took place on 16th June 2016  gave members, Board, staff and visitors an opportunity to reflect on what Glencree had achieved in 2015 and an opportunity to hear  emerging priorities for the next ten years. The first Annual report in 10 years was […]
July 6, 2016

Imagining Reconciliation: Creative Arts and Peacebuilding

Glencree’s main event this year on 25th June was ‘a magic day’, a stimulating mix of talk, discussion, music, song and theatre and an emotional rollercoaster at times. A large tent or marquee in the centre of Glencree was a hive of activity from early morning as the mini buses […]