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Glencree was founded on the belief that peace can be achieved through the power of dialogue. Through our podcasts, we will focus on the complex subjects of conflict resolution and peacebuilding. We will examine the different types of conflict and how to build a more inclusive society where people of all ages, cultures, faiths and ethnic backgrounds can flourish. We will talk to people whose lives have been impacted by conflict and hear from others who work towards bringing sustainable peace.

Podcast 1: Introduction to Glencree

Our first Podcast introduces the history and work of Glencree.  From the Good Friday Agreement to Brexit; women in peacebuilding to conflict facing the younger generation; a more inclusive Ireland for migrant communities to sharing experiences with the international peace building community. Join Glencree Chair Barbara Walshe, CEO Naoimh McNamee and Community & Political Dialogue Manger, Pat Hynes.

Our Podcast was recorded remotely due to social distancing requirements of Covid19 so sound quality can vary. 

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JOURNAL: Dealing with the Legacy of Conflict in Northern Ireland through Engagement and Dialogue

Twenty-three years after the signing of the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement, Northern Ireland and the border counties remain deeply divided along communal lines. An enduring aspect of this, is that the Agreement and other subsequent political efforts have yet to adequately address the legacy of past violence. This deficit is most […]