Towards Understanding and Healing (TUH) is a story-telling and Positive Encounter Dialogue project that is based in 'The Junction' in Derry/Londonderry. TUH has developed training resources including:
a DVD entitled 'Storytelling & Dialogue' (2008) outlining story-telling and positive encounter dialogue;
a training manual and an accompanying book entitled 'Stories in Conflict';
a resource entitled 'Threading My Life Story Using Beads';
three Open College Network Northern Ireland (OCNNI) accredited programmes (at levels 1, 2, and 3);... show more.
(A collection by Bill Rolston, with Mairead Gilmartin)
Unfinished Business is a book containing a collection of stories that was compiled and published by Bill Rolston with Mairead Gilmartin. show more.
(A collection by Cahal McLaughlin in association with WAVE Trauma Centre)
A film containing six short personal accounts by people who have lost someone or who have been permanently injured as a result of the Northern Ireland conflict.
The film was made by Cahal McLaughlin in association with WAVE Trauma Centre, Belfast. show more.
(A collection by The Corrymeela Community in partnership with Facing History and Ourselves.)
A collection of 16 personal stories, published in book format and DVD, related to the Northern Ireland conflict. show more.
The Verbal Arts Centre is an educational charity, based in Derry. As part of its work it has engaged in a number of story-telling projects. show more.
'WAVE is a grass roots, cross community, voluntary organisation formed in 1991 to support people bereaved of a spouse as a result of violence in Northern Ireland.
It was expanded later to incorporate the needs of children and young people and anyone injured or traumatised through ‘the Troubles’.' (WAVE Web site) show more.
(A collection by Ken Wharton)
Ken Wharton is a former British Army soldier who has compiled personal accounts of the experiences of soldiers who served in Northern Ireland during the conflict.
He has published a number of books containing collections of stories. His first book was 'A Long Long War' and was published in 2008. 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.
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.