(A collection by John Lindsay (compiler / editor))
A collection of 14 personal accounts by former British Army soldiers, describing aspects of their tours of duty in Northern Ireland during the conflict. The collection was published in book format. show more.
"Coiste na n-larchimi is an umbrella organisation acting on behalf of a range of groups and individuals who represent former republican prisoners and their families. Coiste estimate that these groups represent approximately 15,000 former prisoners. In 2007 the groups affiliated to Coiste included: Abhaile Aris; Ar Ais Aris, Dungannon; South Derry ex Prisoners; Cairde, Strabane; Castlerea Prison; Cumann na Meirleach; Failte Abhaille Dundalk; Failte Cluain Eois; Portlaoise Prison; Iar-Chimi Fhear Managh; La Nua; Marrowbone Ex-Prisoner... show more.
(A collection by Gaslight Productions Ltd)
"Within inclusive workshops that respect all perspectives but equally permit all perspectives to be challenged, 'epilogues' facilitates discussion and reflection on these and other key questions for peace building. It does this by exploring 'the conflict' from the perspective of people who were part of it, or suffered as a result of it, and found themselves compelled to react to circumstances unfolding around them with what perspective they had at the time." (from... show more.
Alastair Wilson carried out a series of interviews of the relatives of people killed during the Northern Ireland conflict. The interviews formed the basis of the book, 'If Stones Could Speak'. show more.
(A collection by Alistair Wilson)
A book containing 24 chapters of narratives and description based on interviews of the relatives of people killed during the Northern Ireland conflict. The written style combines third-person description and first-person narrative based on transcripts of recorded interviews. show more.
(A collection by Injured Group based at WAVE)
A collection of 15 stories compiled by the Injured Group who meet regularly at the WAVE Trauma Centre in Belfast. The stories were published in a booklet of the same name. show more.
BBC Northern Ireland is the main public service broadcaster in the region. BBC NI is one of three national regions of the BBC. BBC NI broadcasts on television and radio and provides content online including interactive television and radio content. show more.
(A collection by BBC Radio Ulster)
A series of two-minute extracts of audio testimonies by people affected by the Troubles in Northern Ireland. The recordings were broadcast during 1999 and were based on interviews but the interviewee remained anonymous.
The two-minute extracts were broadcast at 8.58 am each day, just before the 9.00 am news on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle. show more.
Graham Spencer compiled a book entitled 'Omagh -Voices of Loss' based on interviews with 15 people who lost loved ones in the Omagh bombing. 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.