(A collection by Latton Social Services and Development Ltd.)
The Border Roads to Memories and Reconciliation project compiled a collection of stories related to life on either side of the border when many of the unapproved border roads were closed during the conflict. The intention was to all people to "express their feelings in relation to the the closure of border roads and the impact it had on their lives" (from the project flyer).(The stories have been deposited with Accounts of the Conflict but... show more.
An archive of information related to personal accounts of the conflict in, and about, Northern Ireland. The Accounts of the Conflict archive is comprised of publicly available information on the collections of stories that have been compiled by a range of groups and organisations. As well as the catalogue information, the archive will also contained any stories that have been directly deposited, with appropriate permissions, with Accounts of the Conflict. show more.
Catalogue entry compiled by Accounts of the Conflict from information on the Healing Through Remembering Web site. show more.
(A collection by Healing Through Remembering (HTR))
A series of eight short interviews, recorded on video, related to the conflict in Northern Ireland. The interviews are based on common objects which took on a new meaning as a result of the conflict. show more.
Latton Social Services and Development Ltd. obtained funding from the European Union’s PEACE III Programme to carry out a story-telling project on the topic of border road closures during the period of the conflict."In September 2012 ‘Border Roads to Memories and Reconciliation’ set out to provide an opportunity and space for residents along both sides of the border to remember and express their feelings in relation to the closure of border roads and the impact... show more.
"Corrymeela's mission is: embracing difference, healing division and enabling reconciliation. Our vision is of a peaceful and sustainable society based on social justice, positive relationships and respect for diversity. The Corrymeela Community strives to embody these values in every aspect of our lives."
Corrymeela Web Site. (2014). show more.
"Diversity Challenges is a company limited by guarantee (NI50064) and is recognised by the Inland Revenue as a charity Ref NoXR74395. It was founded in 2001 to facilitate change in a number of Cultural groups in Ireland. Diversity Challenges is a member of the International Coalition of the Sites of Conscience." (From Diversity Challenges website) Diversity Challenges has run two recent story-telling projects: Aftermath; and The Green and Blue Across the Thin Line (details of... show more.
(A collection by Diversity Challenges (lead partner))
"The AFTERMATH Project uses discussion and creative, artistic approaches to story-telling and life stories to highlight the issues and needs of the participants drawn from the target groups. The AFTERMATH Project is not a campaigning or lobbying group on behalf of victims/survivors or displaced persons. It does not hold a view on the politics or morality of the conflict in and about Northern Ireland or in other countries. It is inclusive, and works with participants... show more.
"Falls Community Council is a community development organisation set up in 1974 to work for economic justice and social inclusion for the community in West Belfast." (Kelly, 2005; p.54) The Falls Community Council is responsible for the Dúchas oral history archive which was established in 1999 to record the experience of the conflict. show more.
(A collection by Falls Community Council)
"The Dúchas project was developed by Falls Community Council in 1999 to record the experience of the conflict in nationalist West Belfast through oral history accounts." (Kelly, 2005; p.54) Between 2012 and 2014 Dúchas worked in partnership with a number of groups to record oral history accounts related to the conflict, as part of the Pieces of the Past project. show more.
Indicates that a collection of stories has been deposited with Accounts of the Conflict and is available to view.
Collection of stories deposited with Accounts of the Conflict but access to the material is delayed until a set date.
Collection of stories is catalogued with Accounts of the Conflict but available in full on an external website.
Collection of stories is catalogued with Accounts of the Conflict but available in full on the CAIN website.