Events

Transgenerational Trauma: Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland

Friday 21st March, Riddel Hall

We warmly welcome you to this upcoming morning event with the Promise of Peace team and Wave Trauma Centre.

At this event, we will explore the legacies of the past for generations to come. Wave Trauma Centre will launch their report, ‘Transgenerational Trauma: Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland’.

Please register at m.braniff@ulster.ac.uk

Tea and Coffee from 9.30am and discussion will close with lunch at 12noon.

 

 

 

 

 

We are pleased to announce and invite you to our next event:

1st of October, in Riddel Hall, Queen’s University, Belfast :

‘Remarkably Successful Power-Sharing in Northern Ireland: Reflections on Excessive Ingratitude, Especially Among the Astonished’

Professor Brendan O’Leary

The address will be followed by an open discussion and we would warmly welcome your attendance and participation.

Tea & coffee 9.30am for 10.am start.

The aim is to provide an opportunity to reflect upon the institutional changes that have followed the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement with the focus of this event on power-sharing government in Northern Ireland.

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We have the pleasure of being able to welcome you to the inaugural event of the ‘Promise of Peace in Northern Ireland’ project on 24th of June, in Riddel Hall, Queen’s University, Belfast :

Celebration and Commemoration

With an opening address by Professor Thomas Hennessey, Canterbury Christchurch University followed by a roundtable discussion, we warmly welcome your attendance and participation.

Tea & coffee 9.30am for 10.am start. The event will be followed by lunch at 12.30pm

The aim of this event is to provide an opportunity to reflect upon how commemoration has been celebrated, policed and responded to since the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement. We also hope to take the opportunity to open-up discussion about contemporary commemoration and deliberate on ways to take the issue forward in light of the Decade of Commemorations.

Please R.S.V.P. to Joanne.Murphy@qub.ac.uk

The event operated under the Chatham House Rule and a blog post will follow.

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