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Story Title: Untitled Story, by David Nicholl

Collection: Journeys Out (JO)
Organisation: INCORE (organisation)

An account given as part of the Journeys Out project run by INCORE. A series of video interviews were recorded with 13 participants. The resulting videos were divided into five segments, each dealing with the themes of: Personal Journey; Dealing with the past; Challenges; Impact; and Lessons.. A transcript of each interview segment is also provided on the Web site.

"David Nicholl - Formerly Conflict Transformation Initiative - UDP and UPRG senior negotiator 1994-2007, including in the run up to the Good Friday Agreement. Political advisor to NIO, Department of Foreign Affairs and Irish President. Community worker; reintegration of ex prisoners; fund raiser and former member of Healing Through Remembering Dealing with the Past initiative. Former vice chair of Tullyally & District Development Group and secretary of Waterside Rural Policing Forum. Advisor to Young Israeli Forum for Cooperation and Palestinian Vision." (from INCORE website)

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Title
Untitled Story, by David Nicholl (story details)
Description
An account given as part of the Journeys Out project run by INCORE. A series of video interviews were recorded with 13 participants. The resulting videos were divided into five segments, each dealing with the themes of: Personal Journey; Dealing with the past; Challenges; Impact; and Lessons.. A transcript of each interview segment is also provided on the Web site.
Creator
INCORE, University of Ulster
Subject
Dealing with the past in Northern Ireland
Source
http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/policy/jo1/interviews/search.html
Publisher
INCORE, Ulster University
Date
2007
Story Title
Untitled Story, by David Nicholl
Story Available
he account is publicly available on the INCORE Web site.
Story Format
The video recording is divided into five sections based on the folling themes:
Personal Journey
Dealing with the past
Challenges
Impact
lessons
Story Source
The five video clips can be found by searching the Journeys Out site:
http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/policy/jo1/interviews/search.html
Interviewee Surname
Nicholl
Interviewee Forename(s)
David
Interviewee Gender
Male
Story Abstract
"David Nicholl - Formerly Conflict Transformation Initiative - UDP and UPRG senior negotiator 1994-2007, including in the run up to the Good Friday Agreement. Political advisor to NIO, Department of Foreign Affairs and Irish President. Community worker; reintegration of ex prisoners; fund raiser and former member of Healing Through Remembering Dealing with the Past initiative. Former vice chair of Tullyally & District Development Group and secretary of Waterside Rural Policing Forum. Advisor to Young Israeli Forum for Cooperation and Palestinian Vision." (from INCORE website)
Themes/Topics Mentioned
Dealing with the past

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Title
Journeys Out (JO)
Description
As part of the Journeys Out project a series of video interviews were recorded with 13 participants. The resulting videos were divided into five segments each dealing with the themes of: Personal Journey; Dealing with the past; Challenges; Impact; and Lessons.
"The Journeys Out Project was delivered by, INCORE (International Conflict Research Institute), based at the University of Ulster, in partnership with the Peace and Reconciliation Group , Derry/Londonderry, Intercomm Ireland based in Belfast, and the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, Co. Wicklow." (from INCORE website)
Date
2009-2011

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Title
INCORE (organisation)
Description
Established in 1993, INCORE (International Conflict Research Institute) is a joint project of the United Nations University and the University of Ulster. Combining research, education and comparative analysis, INCORE addresses the causes and consequences of conflict in Northern Ireland and internationally and promotes conflict resolution management strategies. It aims to influence policymakers and practitioners involved in peace, conflict and reconciliation issues while enhancing the nature of international conflict research.
INCORE is located within the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ulster ­ and co-ordinates the varied peace and conflict-related activity across the University – encompassing work in disciplines such as politics, policy studies, history, international affairs, sociology, geography, architecture, communications and social work, as well as in peace and conflict studies.
Date Formed
1993
Status
Active (November 2015)
Address
INCORE
Ulster University
Magee Campus
Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
Londonderry
BT48 7JA
Telephone
+44 (0) 28 71 675500
Email
incore@ulster.ac.uk
Parent Organisation
Ulster University

Citation

INCORE, University of Ulster. (2007). Untitled Story, by David Nicholl. INCORE, Ulster University.
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 17 October 2021 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/items/show/2372>

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