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 acutely felt in the difficult, complex and divisive relationship between ‘victims and survivors’.

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