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Stories about peacebuilding in Northern Ireland #SharedFuture
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Northern Ireland journalists, do yourselves a favour: Don’t call yourself a peace journalist
Northern Ireland journalists, do yourselves a favour: Don’t call yourself a peace journalist by Steven YOUNGBLOOD 3 December 2019 Anyone engaging in peace work...
4 December 2019
2 min read
Segregation and Mixing
The end of the Troubles presented a golden opportunity for the unwinding of divisions and the promotion of greater societal cohesion between Catholics and...
24 October 2019
8 min read
With the establishment of the state of Northern Ireland, the unionist government under Lord Londonderry attempted to create a singular education system. However, this...
20 May 2019
4 min read
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...
7 May 2019
13 min read
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...
10 November 2018
7 min read
Northern Ireland holds snap assembly election (Al Jazeera)
Northern Ireland holds snap assembly election (Al Jazeera) 2 March 2017 Laurence LEE reports on 2017 election to the Northern Ireland Assembly. He interviewed...
2 March 2017
18 sec read
Le incertezze del’Irlanda del Nord (Swiss Radio RSI)
Le incertezze del’Irlanda del Nord (Swiss Radio RSI) 2 March 2017 Lorenzo AMUSO reported from Belfast for Swiss Radio RSI, on the impending 2017...
2 March 2017
19 sec read
In western Europe, national flags often represented a territorial area as well as the Christian faith, so that many included a cross. The French...
10 December 2016
9 min read
According to the CAIN (Conflict Archive in the Internet) website, a peace line or peace wall are “physical barriers between the Protestant/Loyalist community and...
16 December 2015
5 min read