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Working Through Conflict: Lessons from the Streets of Northern Ireland

 

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A presentation and dialogue on the past in Northern Ireland as well as its move into the future through the eyes of two individuals working for reconciliation.

Anna Murray from Derry, Northern Ireland, is the project officer at the Peace and Reconciliation Group (PRG), one of the leading non-governmental organizations in Northern Ireland dedicated to conflict resolution. PRG has an historic role in facilitating dialogue between the Irish Republican Army (IRA) and the British Government, and currently is involved in mediation and negotiation throughout Northern Ireland.

Nigel Gardiner from Londonderry, Northern Ireland, is the project coordinator at the Ex-Prisoners Interpretive Centre (EPIC), an organization devoted to providing support and direction for people following their release from prison on charges associated with The Troubles (a period of ethno-political conflict in Northern Ireland). Nigel served for twenty years in the Ulster Defence Regiment, rising to the rank of section commander. He currently serves as the deputy head of the Progressive Unionist Party (PUP).


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