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Thought for the day: We should commemorate together
Thought for the day: We should commemorate together by Leon LITVACK 20 November 2020 Seventy-five years ago today, the Nuremberg Trials opened. This series of twelve tribunals brought to justice those accused of orchestrating...
Book review: In Sunshine or in Shadow: How Boxing…
Book review: In Sunshine or in Shadow: How Boxing Brought Hope in the Troubles by Constance VICTOR 4 October 2020 “Or when the valley’s...
Oct 4, 2020
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History, Film and Northern Ireland: From Ourselves Alone to Game of Thrones Films dealing with the history and politics of Northern Ireland have often...
Oct 3, 2020
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Art in place of conflict: exploring voices from the…
Art in place of conflict: exploring voices from the heart by Allan LEONARD 17 September 2020 The Playhouse theatre hosted a one-day conference that...
Oct 1, 2020
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Shaping peace together: UN International Day of Peace 2020
Shaping peace together: UN International Day of Peace 2020 by Constance VICTOR 21 September 2020 The 21st of September represents the official UN International...
Sep 29, 2020
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In 1967, the Dungannon District Council allocated a new house to a single Protestant woman who had links to a local Unionist politician. Also...
Sep 1, 2020
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Conflicts between different branches of the same Christian religion, namely Roman Catholicism and Protestantism, have shaped and defined Ireland’s communities, politics, and culture for...
Jul 31, 2020
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“No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the Continent, a part of the main; if a clod...
Jul 29, 2020
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The 2011 Census reports that over 95% of Northern Ireland’s population use English as their primary language. However, Northern Ireland lays claim to several...
Jul 22, 2020
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It is estimated that more than 3,700 people died and around 50,000 were maimed and injured during the conflict in Northern Ireland, with each...
Jul 8, 2020
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