"Forthspring Inter Community Group is committed to providing services to local people in the Springfield/Woodvale area and promoting good relations within and between these communities." Forthspring website (2014). show more.
(A collection by Forthspring Inter Community Group)
"Forthspring has worked since 1997 to build relationships between neighbouring Protestant and Catholic communities in West Belfast. The 5 Decades Project grew out of a desire to examine these communities' very different experience of living through the 'Troubles', with the goal of developing a shared, but not agreed, account of the conflict and its impact. Experiences and memories were gathered through storytelling in small groups from the same community background, roughly structured around the 5... show more.
(A collection by Glórtha Aduaidh Project)
"The Glórtha Aduaidh (Northern Voices) project is a TV & Radio documentary series of previously unheard voices and stories about the conflict in the North of Ireland. The Glórtha Aduaidh project will document, through the medium of TV and Radio, the issues faced by ordinary people during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. This will be done by concentrating on the families of those who were directly involved." (from the Glórtha Aduaidh website). show more.
(A collection by Northern Ireland Mixed Marriage Association (NIMMA))
Mixed Emotions is a collection containing 10 personal accounts / stories about mixed marriage (between Protestants and Catholics) in Northern Ireland. Nine of the accounts are based on joint interviews of the married couple. The accounts were published in book format in 2012.McLaughlin, Paul. (2012). Mixed Emotions: Real stories of mixed marriage, (Northern Ireland Mixed Marriage Association; NIMMA). Belfast: NIMMA. show more.
A group of former nurses and researchers who collected personal stories from nurses, midwives, and health visitors who worked in Northern Ireland from 1969 to 1998. Extracts from the stories were published in a book entitled: 'Nurses' Voices From the Northern Ireland Troubles' (2013). show more.
(A collection by Margaret Graham and Jean Orr (editors))
A collection of stories from nurses, midwives, and health visitors published in a book in 2013. The book contains a list of the 65 nurses who told their stories. However, the actual stories within the book are anonymised. The stories were written by the individual nurses and some of the stories had been published previously. show more.
JIVT Ltd. (Justice for the Innocent Victims of Terrorism) "was formed in May 2009 to establish an organisation that would offer professional advice and support to “innocent victims of terrorist motivated violence” in the Northern Ireland context. The principal aim of JIVT is to provide specific services including advocacy, representation, advice and information to innocent victims, and research and awareness of issues affecting those it serves." (from JIVT Ltd. Web site) show more.
(A collection by JIVT Ltd.)
"The Pathways to Justice Project will establish a support and advocacy service for victims and survivors of Troubles-related violence who are engaged with, or who wish to engage with, the Historical Enquiries Team (HET) or any other justice and truth recovery process. In addition, through facilitated storytelling, conflict resolution workshops and creative arts programmes the project will acknowledge the hurt, losses, trauma and suffering caused by Troubles-related violence to assist the transition to peace and... show more.
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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.