Allison LIRA

 

   



9 Stories by Allison LIRA

Cost of Division

“Separate but equal is not an option. Parallel living and the provision of parallel services are unsustainable both morally and economically … the costs...
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Remembering for a better future: The potential of ethical commemoration

Remembering for a better future: The potential of ethical commemoration by Allison LIRA for Shared Future News 30 March 2019 The Civil Rights Commemoration...
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Time to listen to the ceasefire generation

Time to listen to the ceasefire generation by Allison LIRA for Shared Future News 27 March 2019 The Ardoyne Youth Enterprise, in partnership with...
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What does peace mean to you?

What does peace mean to you? by Allison LIRA for Shared Future News 26 March 2019 Held at the Oh Yeah Music Centre, Concern...
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From Birmingham to Belfast: Stories of Civil Rights

From Birmingham to Belfast: Stories of Civil Rights by Allison LIRA for Shared Future News 7 February 2019 Corrymeela, in partnership with the 50th...
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Don’t Mention the War: The need to discuss our master narrative

Don’t Mention the War: The need to discuss our master narrative by Allison LIRA for Shared Future News 4 February 2019 In the launching...
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The Crack in Everything: Bearing witness to truth

The Crack in Everything: Bearing witness to truth by Allison LIRA for Shared Future News 7 December 2018 Held at the Brian Friel Theatre,...
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Language

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...
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Removing sectarian lens for rights: Women, 1968 and beyond

Removing sectarian lens for rights: Women, 1968 and beyond by Allison LIRA for Shared Future News 13 October 2018 As part of the “1968...
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