A major new project dealing with conflict and the peace process was launched on Friday 12 November at a packed event in Dundalk Institute of Technology.
Key figures from across the political and cultural spectrum joined academics, diplomats, commentators, clergy, community groups and representatives of the victims sector to learn about the three-year initiative led by
Professor Sean McConville and
Dr Anna Bryson in the School of Law at Queen Mary, University of London.
The project, which is funded through the European Union’s PEACE III Programme, has two major components. The first is to locate and record around 100 heritage interviews with key figures in peace and reconciliation over the last forty and more years. Read the full article about the Peace Process project on the QM Media Centre.