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Seeking ways to peace in Northern Ireland

Duncan Morrow

Seeking ways to peace in Northern Ireland

the importance of the unimportant

by Duncan Morrow

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Published by Oxford Project for Peace Studies in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Violence -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Northern Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1969-1994.

  • Edition Notes

    A lecture delivered at St. Anthony"s College, Oxford on 23 January 1991.

    StatementDuncan Morrow and Frank Wright.
    SeriesOxford peace lectures -- 28
    ContributionsWright, Frank., Oxford Project for Peace Studies.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. ;
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16591726M
    ISBN 101871191289

      Ross Visits Northern Ireland's 'Peace Walls' | Ross Kemp Extreme World - Duration: Ross Kemp Extreme Wo views. Eschewed by visitors for years, Northern Ireland has made a comeback following The Good Friday Agreement (), a power-sharing contract seeking to promote peace. Since then, Ulster (as Northern Ireland is also known) has rebounded both economically .

      Violence in Northern Ireland has fallen sharply since the Good Friday agreement formally ended a bloody year guerrilla war between mostly Catholic republicans, seeking unification with . Sectarianism in Northern Ireland: A Review Sectarianism in Northern Ireland: A Review 1 04 INTRODUCTION 05 TERMS OF 50 THE WAY AHEAD 51 APPENDICES. 2. Sectarianism in Northern Ireland: A Review 3 peace is ever to become the norm. Seeking Peace in Northern Ireland.

      The failure of the institutional churches is an overriding theme of Religion, Civil Society and Peace in Northern Ireland. No other book has prompted as much soul-searching and discussion among Christian peace activists in Northern Ireland since Joseph Liechty and Cecelia Clegg’s Moving Beyond Sectarianism, the research for which fed. Independent Commissions and Contentious Issues in Post-Good Friday Agreement Northern Ireland It is of interest to readers who are interested in the Northern Ireland peace process and those seeking to understand how third parties can assist in the implementation of peace agreements. highlights the way in which they facilitate ongoing.


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