This category deals with sites about the Northern Ireland Conflict, aka 'The Troubles'. The top of this category is reserved for sites which neither support nor condemn any particular culture/community/ideology. If the site you are submitting takes a stance in support of either loyalism or republicanism, please submit it to the appropriate category. Sites condemning any party to the conflict will be categorised accordingly, and not listed at this top impartial level.
A guide by Niall O Dochartaigh which catalogues and analyses over 270 Ulster Loyalist and Unionist websites.
Organsation addressing racism & sectarianism through multicultural arts.
Provides a range of information, resources and source material on the troubles from 1968 to the present.
Charity working to further the peace process. Includes events and news, plus information about education and community programmes.
Publications, reflections and insightful questions on many aspects of the inter-community conflicts in Northern Ireland, and details of local groups and events from an organisation which aims to encourage meaningful dialogue between unionists and nationalists.
A non-profit research organisation investigating war, armed conflict, and ethnic violence. Features a calendar of events, lists of publications, as well as information and contact details for the Institute.
Umbrella group to support groups and individuals exploring nonviolent approaches to conflict issues. Includes background, annual reports and articles.
Offering advice, support and assistance to veterans of the Northern Ireland conflict and their families. Includes membership information, aims, relevant links, discussion forum and contacts.
Scenes of the province, particularly depictions of the conflict, including parades, banners, riots and wall murals.
Includes documents, transcripts, press notices and evidence on the inquiry.
Quotations on themes of justice and non-violence. Based on an actual cairn project in Ireland.
Dedicated to helping people move from being a victim to becoming a survivor. Site contains information on the organisation and projects to help the victims of the Anglo/Irish conflict, mainly in West Belfast, and reflections on how violence has affected the community.
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