|Religious and Sectarian Conflict
Independent think tank with details of current projects, plus reports and staff profiles.
Aims to promote peace and understanding between the Protestant and Catholic communities.
A non-profit research organization 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.
Christian group aiming to address community division in Northern Ireland and the long term task of peace-building.
Scenes of the province, particularly depictions of the conflict, including parades, banners, riots and wall murals.
Information about the British security forces' involvement in the struggle in Northern Ireland since 1969.
Umbrella group to support groups and individuals exploring nonviolent approaches to conflict issues. Includes background, annual reports and articles.
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.
Includes news, FAQs and contact information for the peace-building campaign.
Publications, reflections and insightful questions on many aspects of the inter-community conflicts, and details of local groups and events from an organisation which aims to encourage meaningful dialogue between unionists and nationalists.